Kazari + Ziguzagu stock a very broad and ecelectic range of artwork from 17th century Japanese paintings, screens and scrolls through to contemporary Japanese and Chinese prints, contemporary works on canvas and artworks by local artists, such as John Bartlett, Shin Koyama and Lou Xiang. Artists show their work at KAZARI+ Ziguzagu because of a connection either in technique, form, subject matter or philosophy with the aesthetics, cultures, and social issues related to the Asian Pacific region often with an emphasis on cross cultural referencing. Whether they are rich in colours, or more subtle monochromes - they are usually unique in the world of art for bold designs and compositions.

  • Japanese Screen - JS63A

    Japanese Screen - JS63A

    Price on Application

    Six panel 'literati' ink on gold screen depicting a classical Chinese landscape, by Tanomura Chokunyu 1814-1907, c1872

    Fully remounted and in excellent condition.

    Like his master and adoptive father Tanomura Chikuden, Tanomura Chokunyu, was an esteemed 'nanga' painter, poet and calligrapher (artist scholars noted for creating ink landscapes in the tradition of classical Chinese paintings). Working in Kyoto he became a leading Meiji period exponent of the nanga painting tradition, securing the title of first director of the Kyoto Municipal School of Fine Arts and Crafts and founding the Nihon Nanga Kyokai.

    Two similar screens dating to the same period are housed at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, with other works in the collections of the Ashmoleum Museum Oxford, the British Museum and the Idemitsu Art Gallery Tokyo.

    Materials: Sumi ink on gold leaf ground

    Dimensions: H 176cm x W 376cm

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