670
670
A pair of Japanese six-panel screens, Mori Tetsuzan (1775-1841)
Estimate
70,000100,000
LOT SOLD. 61,000 USD
JUMP TO LOT
670
A pair of Japanese six-panel screens, Mori Tetsuzan (1775-1841)
Estimate
70,000100,000
LOT SOLD. 61,000 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A pair of Japanese six-panel screens, Mori Tetsuzan (1775-1841)

A Herd of Deer and Horses

ink on paper, each signed Tetsuzan with two seals, mounted on brocade


67 3/4 in. by 143 1/2 in.
172 cm by 364.5 cm
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Provenance

Collection of Robert Crowder

Exhibited

Asia Museum, Japanese Screen Paintings, Pasadena, California, October 1975-February 1976

Catalogue Note

Mori Tetsuzan (1775-1841) was born in Osaka and was a pupil of Maruyama Okyo the founder of the naturalistic school which bears his name.  Tetsuzan moved to Edo (Tokyo) where he introduced the Maruyama style to the region.  He is celebrated for his paintings of bijin (beautiful women), and for his skilfully rendered animals and birds.

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