|Ueda Kôchô (1788-1850)|
Technique: sumi and touches of yellow on paper 123,4 x 52,7
Mounting: brown grey damask
black wooden rollers, 182 x 66,6
Condition: some old wormage, new mounting. Very good
Kôchô lived in Osaka. He studied with Go Shun (1752-1811) and most probably also with the Osaka painters Nagayama Kôin (1765-1849) and Nakai Rankô (1766-1830).
Kôchô was a skilled calligrapher and an expert on old paintingsand he became a goyo eshi (painter-in-residence) at the shogunal court.
Roberts p. 86
Araki p. 331
Hillier p. 279, 288-291
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