- Attributed to Shunman Kubo (1757-1820) Scene... - Lot 323 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés

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- Attributed to Shunman Kubo (1757-1820) Scene... - Lot 323 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés
- Attributed to Shunman Kubo (1757-1820) Scene in a noble house n the main room of a noble house, two women and a little girl are making dolls and paper objects. In the adjoining hallway, two men wait to be invited in. A plum tree can be seen through the bay window opening onto a veranda. Date: between 1810 and 1820 Surimono shikishiban: 20.4 x 18.3 cm This is probably a reprint of a surimono without the inscriptions. Silver pigments. - Shunman Kubo (1757-1820) Princess and palanquin A princess, standing next to her palanquin in the company of her retinue, observes Hanasaka Jiji, the beneficent old man: perched on a cherry tree with dead branches, he is busy throwing ash on it, which turns into flowers. Signed Shunman in a cachet. Surimono shikishiban: 11.3 x 18.2 cm - Shunman Kubo (1757-1820) Spring morning At the top of the surimono are two poems by two different artists. The scene appears to take place in Kamakura, a city in Sagami province and Japan's military capital under the Minamoto, Fujiwara and Ashikaga shoguns. Signed Shunman ga. Format: 18.9 x 17.8 cm Overall.
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