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Hashimoto Ryôka (act. late Meiji)
Nihonga
Man crossing a brook in the mountains
Signed: Ryôka
Seals: Ryôka
Technique: sumi, green and some brown on silk 110,4 x 35,2
Mounting: blue grey damask
plastic rollers, 176 x 47,5
Condition: very good

Ryôka was born in Kyoto. At the Kyoto Art School. He was a pupil of Takeuchi Seihô (1864-1942) and considered equally with Konoshima Õkoku (1877-1938). He painted fusuma, sliding doors at the Gyokurin, a subtemple of the Daitokuji in 1902 and he won a first prize at the Shinko bijutsu hinten in 1901

Reference:
Araki p. 2137

Availability: On Request