For all customers
※Products that use ivory will be changed to other materials and shipped.
This is because the Washington Convention currently prohibits the export and import of ivory products in all countries including Japan.
※you may be charged Value Added Tax (VAT) by the state when you receive your purchased artwork.
(Amount according to the laws of each country.Nearly 20%-30% of the purchase price and shipping costs)
Art work details
Ink on paper
Overall: vertical 189.2 × width 39 cm ×3＊width does not include roller ends.
(the work: vertical 99.5 × width 27.5cm)
・There are some burns on the Japanese paper on the back of the cover.
・There are some wrinkles on the image.
・There are some warp in mounting.
＊It has been re-mounted several decades ago.
Roller ends is Bone.
・Box inscription by the original owner of the work.
＊It comes with a double box.
Materials for mounting
・All of them are made of silk.
**There is a note about shipping restrictions and VAT. Please check before purchase.**
*There may be a slight difference in color between the photo and the actual product.
Kano Tanshin (Morimichi) (1785-1836)
Painter of the Kano school active in the late Edo period.
He was the seventh generation of the Kajibashi Kano family of painters for the Edo shogunate.
His younger brother is Yusei Kuninobu, and his son is Tan-en.
His pseudonym was Seifu,Kosai.His name is Morimichi.
In 1796, he succeeded to the family name when his father retired.
At this time, the Kajibashi Kano family was clearly inferior to the Kobiki-cho and Nakabashi Kano families, who were also oku-e artists.
However, in 1825, he was ordained as a Hogen, and in 1834, the year before his death, he became a Goishinami (a position that allows him to directly receive the shogun in a formal ceremony).
He died in 1836 at the age of 51, and his disciples included Oki Ichiga.
In order to revive his family, Morimichi Tannin admired the painting style of his ancestor, Kano Tanyu, and tried to revive his Mokkotsu coloring method (a technique in which an object is painted using ink and shades of color without using an outline (koppou)).
On the other hand, he also actively engaged in genre painting, which the Kano school of the Edo period avoided, and left behind works in the style of ukiyoe.
Please pay attention to the following points before buying.
●We will ship from Japan to the rest of the world.
As a result, you may be charged Value Added Tax (VAT) by the state when you receive your purchased artwork.
(Amount according to the laws of each country.
Nearly 20%-30% of the purchase price and shipping costs)
●In addition, please note that we are not able to "under-value" the purchase price at the time of shipping.
●※Recently, there has been an increase in the number of cases
where packages have not been delivered to Italy.
For Italian customers, we may ask for "codice fiscale" after purchase. Please be forewarned.
●Currently, the Washington Convention prohibits the export and import of ivory products in all countries including Japan. If ivory is used as the material in the hanging scroll / Bokuseki work, we will change it to another material and ship it.
Thank you for your understanding in advance.
The standard shipping fee is as follows.
Currency unit is Japanese Yen.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
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