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Ueda Tangai (1863-1939) & Hakuun
Nanga / sometsuke
Kashibachi, cake bowl - Pine and rock
Signed: Kokiô Tangai sha
Seals: Hakuun
Technique: Kyoyaki sometsuke (Seikaji) - Translucent blue and white porcelain with a cobalt blue underglaze decoration. Ø 18.2 x 8
Date: 1932
Box: signed:]Kokiô Tangai rôitsu [seal:] Tangai, Ôju Heian Hakuun zôshi [seal:] .. Hakuun
Condition: fine

The calligraphy reads: 松石ふ老図 Shôseki furô zu,-Picture the old heart: pine and rock
Furô ennen zu (picture of perennial youth and longevity)

Ueda Tangai was a Nanga painter from Kyoto. In his early youth he studied painting under Kaziyama Kyuko (1814-1870) in Tokyo.

Reference:
Araki p. 366

Availability: On Request