|Ueda Tangai (1863-1939) & Hakuun|
Nanga / sometsuke
Set of 2 futatsu meshiwan, Covered rice bowls - Matsu, pineSigned: Tangai sha
Technique: Kyoyaki sometsuke, porcelain with a cobalt blue underglaze decoration Ø 10,7 x 5.5 (9.5 x 2.5)
The inscription reads: 朝鶴聲琴 Chô kaku koe kin. The voice of the crane in the morning sounds like a koto
Ueda Tangai was a Nanga painter from Kyoto. In his early youth he studied painting under Kaziyama Kyuko (1814-1870) in Tokyo.
Araki p. 366
Availability: On Request