|Matsumura Keibun (1779-1843) & Kiyomizu Rokubei II (c.1797-1860) (Seisai)|
Shijô / Kyoyaki
Tabakubon, ash pot - pulling a boatSigned: Kaô of Keibun & Kiyomizu
Technique: Cream coloured wheel turned glazed pottery from Kyoto, Kyoyaki, with a tetsu-e, iron oxide under glaze decoration Ø 12 x 10,2
Keibun was the younger brother of the painter and poet Matsumura Go Shun (1752-1811). Go Shun was, in fact, 27 years older than Keibun and took care of his education. After Go Shun’s death in 1811, Keibun inherited the studio on Shijô Street. Together with Okamoto Toyohiko (1773-1845), he carried on the Shijô School, Keibun specializing in kachôga and Toyohiko in landscape painting. Keibun was one of Kyoto's leading artists and the teacher of many well-known pupils.
Roberts p. 74
Araki p. 2948
Hillier pp. 126-136
Kyoto '98 p. 292
Rokubei II was the Son of Rokubei I (c. 1733-99) and the (much older) brother of Kiyomizu Rokubei III (1822-1883).
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