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b. 1835 - d. 1908

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    • ‘RISING SUN OVER THE OCEAN’, AFTER HASHIMOTO GAHO
      Sep. 07, 2023

      ‘RISING SUN OVER THE OCEAN’, AFTER HASHIMOTO GAHO

      Est: €200 - €400

      ‘RISING SUN OVER THE OCEAN’, AFTER HASHIMOTO GAHO Japan, Meiji period (1868-1912). Ink and watercolor on silk, attached to a paper hanging scroll with wooden handles. Depicting turbulent waters and the red rising sun in the background. Inscribed ‘Gaho zu’ and sealed in the lower right corner. Condition: The painting in very good condition with minor wear, the mounting with soiling, minor creases and two short tears. Provenance: Family collection of either Felix Tikotin (1893-1986) or his son-in-law Louis (Loek) Borensztajn (1935-2021), Netherlands. Felix Tikotin (1893-1986) was an architect, art collector, dealer, and founder of the first Museum of Japanese Art in the Middle East. He became one of the world’s leading collectors of Japanese art, starting at the age of 18, and continued to collect and work as an art dealer in Berlin in the 1920s. In the 1930s Felix Tikotin fled from the Nazis and hid his collection in the Netherlands. After the war, he decided that his collection should be taken to Israel, where in 1959 and with the help of Abba Hushi, who was the mayor of Haifa, The Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art was established. The Museum's collection comprises more than 8,000 items of art and crafts. Dimensions: Image size 116.5 x 41.5 cm, Size incl. mounting 172.5 x 53 cm Hashimoto Gahō (1835-1908) was a Japanese painter, one of the last to paint in the style of the Kanō school. He was one of the first five painters to be appointed as an Imperial Household Artist and was one of the most influential painters in Japan at that time. Auction result comparison: Compare with a related painting by the same artist at Christie’s New York, in JAPANESE AND KOREAN ART on 29 March 2005, lot 357, sold for EUR 3,259.

      Galerie Zacke
    • HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): RISING SUN OVER THE OCEAN
      Jan. 20, 2023

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): RISING SUN OVER THE OCEAN

      Est: €200 - €400

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): RISING SUN OVER THE OCEAN Japan, Meiji period (1868-1912). Ink and red color on silk, with a fabric coated paper frame and mounted as a hanging scroll. Depicting turbulent waters and the red rising sun in the background. Signature 'Gaho zu' and seal in the lower right corner. With a fitted wooden box and a further carton box with labels. Important notice: Please note that we will need to remove the ivory roller ends before shipping / handing over the item. The roller ends are not part of this offer. Condition: Very good condition with minor wear. Provenance: Family collection of either Felix Tikotin (1893-1986) or his son-in-law Louis (Loek) Borensztajn (1935-2021), Netherlands. Felix Tikotin (1893-1986) was an architect, art collector, dealer, and founder of the first Museum of Japanese Art in the Middle East. He became one of the world's leading collectors of Japanese art, starting at the age of 18, and continued to collect and work as an art dealer in Berlin in the 1920s. In the 1930s Felix Tikotin fled from the Nazis and hid his collection in the Netherlands. After the war, he decided that his collection should be taken to Israel, where in 1959 and with the help of Abba Hushi, who was the mayor of Haifa, The Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art was established. The Museum's collection comprises more than 8,000 items of art and crafts. Dimensions: Image size 109.5 x 40.5 cm, Size incl. mounting 202 x 59.5 cm Hashimoto Gah ō (1835-1908) was a Japanese painter, one of the last to paint in the style of the Kanō school. He was one of the first five painters to be appointed as an Imperial Household Artist and was one of the most influential painters in Japan at that time. Auction result comparison: Compare with a related painting by the same artist at Christie's New York, in JAPANESE AND KOREAN ART on 29 March 2005, lot 357, sold for EUR 3,259.

      Galerie Zacke
    • HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): A SCROLL PAINTING OF A LANDSCAPE
      Jan. 20, 2023

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): A SCROLL PAINTING OF A LANDSCAPE

      Est: €400 - €800

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): A SCROLL PAINTING OF A LANDSCAPE Japan, Meiji period (1868-1912). Ink on silk, with a fabric coated paper frame and mounted as a hanging scroll. Depicting a riverside landscape with trees and small egrets in the distance, all below a full moon. Signature 'Gaho' and seal at the lower right corner. With a fitted wooden box and a further carton box. Important notice: Please note that we will need to remove the ivory roller ends before shipping / handing over the item. The roller ends are not part of this offer. Condition: Very good condition with minor wear and minimal soiling. Provenance: Family collection of either Felix Tikotin (1893-1986) or his son-in-law Louis (Loek) Borensztajn (1935-2021), Netherlands. Felix Tikotin (1893-1986) was an architect, art collector, dealer, and founder of the first Museum of Japanese Art in the Middle East. He became one of the world's leading collectors of Japanese art, starting at the age of 18, and continued to collect and work as an art dealer in Berlin in the 1920s. In the 1930s Felix Tikotin fled from the Nazis and hid his collection in the Netherlands. After the war, he decided that his collection should be taken to Israel, where in 1959 and with the help of Abba Hushi, who was the mayor of Haifa, The Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art was established. The Museum's collection comprises more than 8,000 items of art and crafts. Dimensions: Image size 114 x 40 cm, Size incl. mounting 206.5 x 59.5 cm Hashimoto Gah ō (1835-1908) was a Japanese painter, one of the last to paint in the style of the Kanō school. He was one of the first five painters to be appointed as an Imperial Household Artist and was one of the most influential painters in Japan at that time. Auction result comparison: Compare with a related painting by the same artist at Shinwa Auction Co, Ltd Japan, in Modern Art, Post-War & Contemporary Art, Modern Art Part II on 6 June 2020, lot 246, sold for EUR 5,005.

      Galerie Zacke
    • HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): A SCROLL PAINTING OF A GOISAGI (NIGHT HERON)
      Jan. 28, 2022

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): A SCROLL PAINTING OF A GOISAGI (NIGHT HERON)

      Est: €400 - €800

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): A SCROLL PAINTING OF A GOISAGI (NIGHT HERON) By Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908), signed Gaho and sealed Kokki Japan, Meiji period (1868-1912) Painted with ink on paper and mounted as a hanging scroll with a silk brocade frame and black-lacquered wood rollers (jiku), depicting a night heron (Gorsachius goisagi) with a leafy bamboo stalk in the background. Signed lower right GAHO with one seal reading Kokki. SIZE 66 x 28 cm (image) and 161 x 47.3 cm (incl. mounting) Condition: Very good condition with minor wear, little soiling, and minor creasing. Provenance: From a US private collection in New York. Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) was a Japanese painter, one of the last to paint in the style of the Kanō school. He was one of the first five painters to be appointed as an Imperial Household Artist and was one of the most authoritative painters in Japan at that time. He opened his own studio in 1860, but the political and economic upheavals surrounding the Meiji Restoration forced Gaho to seek income in other ways than by selling fine art. He produced maps for the Naval Academy, painted on fans, and used his skills in a number of other ways to earn a living. Gaho was invited in 1884, by Okakura Kakuzō, to become the chief professor of painting at the Tokyo Bijutsu Gakko (now the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music), which would open five years later. In 1898, Gaho joined Okakura in leaving the Bijutsu Gakko and founding the Japan Fine Arts Academy (Nihon Bijutsuin). He would teach there until his death in 1908. With a wood storage box inscribed to the cover Gaho-o suiboku goisagi zu (Ink painting of a night heron by Gaho), the interior of the cover with an inscription by Mizuta Chikuho (Nanga painter, 1883-1958) dated mid-February 1930.

      Galerie Zacke
    • HASHIMOTO GAHO, LANDSCAPE
      Dec. 04, 2021

      HASHIMOTO GAHO, LANDSCAPE

      Est: €250 - €500

      HASHIMOTO GAHO, LANDSCAPE Japan, second half of the 19th century Ink and wash on paper, mounted as hanging scroll. 21x17.5 cm. The picture depicts the top of a pagoda faintly visible among the green trees, with a signature and a seal in the lower right corner. It is accompanied by a wooden box with inscription ''In the first ten days of September in the 12th year of Showa (1937), collected by Hidekuni'' and a red seal on the lid. Well preserved. Gaho Hashimoto (1835-1908) was a painter in the early Meiji period of Japan. He studied painting under Kano Shosenin in his early years and later participated in the founding of the Japanese Academy of Fine Arts. His paintings absorbed the traditional realism of Fauvism and the focus perspective and chiaroscuro of Western painting. 桥本雅邦 水墨山水 立轴 日本,19世纪后半叶 纸本水墨。画面描绘绿树丛中隐约可见的塔顶,右下角有签名及铃印,配木盒,盒盖上有书"昭和十二年(1937)九月上浣 秀邦鉴"及红印一枚。保存完好。21x17.5 cm。 桥本雅邦(1835-1908)是日本明治初期画家,早年师从狩野雅信学画,后参与创立日本美术院,其画作吸收野兽派的传统写实和西洋画的焦点透视和明暗法。

      Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
    • HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): A SCROLL PAINTING OF A GOISAGI (NIGHT HERON)
      Dec. 03, 2021

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): A SCROLL PAINTING OF A GOISAGI (NIGHT HERON)

      Est: €500 - €1,000

      By Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908), signed Gaho and sealed Kokki Japan, Meiji period (1868-1912) Painted with ink on paper and mounted as a hanging scroll with a silk brocade frame and black-lacquered wood rollers (jiku), depicting a night heron (Gorsachius goisagi) with a leafy bamboo stalk in the background. Signed lower right GAHO with one seal reading Kokki. SIZE 66 x 28 cm (image) and 161 x 47.3 cm (incl. mounting) Condition: Very good condition with minor wear, little soiling, and minor creasing. Provenance: From a US private collection in New York. Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) was a Japanese painter, one of the last to paint in the style of the Kanō school. He was one of the first five painters to be appointed as an Imperial Household Artist and was one of the most authoritative painters in Japan at that time. He opened his own studio in 1860, but the political and economic upheavals surrounding the Meiji Restoration forced Gaho to seek income in other ways than by selling fine art. He produced maps for the Naval Academy, painted on fans, and used his skills in a number of other ways to earn a living. Gaho was invited in 1884, by Okakura Kakuzō, to become the chief professor of painting at the Tokyo Bijutsu Gakko (now the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music), which would open five years later. In 1898, Gaho joined Okakura in leaving the Bijutsu Gakko and founding the Japan Fine Arts Academy (Nihon Bijutsuin). He would teach there until his death in 1908. With a wood storage box inscribed to the cover Gaho-o suiboku goisagi zu (Ink painting of a night heron by Gaho), the interior of the cover with an inscription by Mizuta Chikuho (Nanga painter, 1883-1958) dated mid-February 1930.

      Galerie Zacke
    • After HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908) Night Heron Meiji (1868-1912) or Taisho (1912-1926) era, early 20th century
      Mar. 17, 2021

      After HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908) Night Heron Meiji (1868-1912) or Taisho (1912-1926) era, early 20th century

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      After HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908) Night Heron Meiji (1868-1912) or Taisho (1912-1926) era, early 20th century Kakejiku (hanging scroll), ink on paper in silk mounts, deftly brushed with a goisagi (night heron, Nycticorax nycticorax) and bamboo, with signature at lower right Gaho and seal Kakko With a wood storage box inscribed outside Gaho-o suiboku goisagi zu (Ink painting of a night heron by Gaho); inscription inside by Mizuta Chikuho (Nanga painter, 1883-1958) dated mid-February 1930 26 x 11 1/16in (66 x 28cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

      Bonhams
    • Gaho Hashimoto Ink Watercolor Landscape Painting
      Nov. 24, 2018

      Gaho Hashimoto Ink Watercolor Landscape Painting

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Gaho Hashimoto Japan,1835-1908 Depicting a foggy mountainous landscape with a farmer walking his bull up an embankment with a tree lined background.Watercolor on paper Signed with chops and red seal lower right. 24" x 15" sight size,Frame 31 1/2" x 23" From the collection of a New Hampshire gentleman.

      Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers
    • AFTER HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): ALBUM OF THIRTY WOODCUT PRINTS
      May. 11, 2018

      AFTER HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): ALBUM OF THIRTY WOODCUT PRINTS

      Est: $100 - $200

      AFTER HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835-1908): ALBUM OF THIRTY WOODCUT PRINTS Woodcuts in colors on wove paper. Album 1 1/2 x 9 1/2 x 7 in., prints 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art, TN

      Stair
    • Japanese School, 19th Century - Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) - figures beneat
      Oct. 15, 2015

      Japanese School, 19th Century - Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) - figures beneat

      Est: £100 - £200

      Japanese School, 19th Century - Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) - figures beneath a tree playing a board game, watercolour on two sheets of paper, bearing signature and red seal, 18.5cm x 24cm, framed Signed : Gaho ??, with the seal ''Ga'' ?. Artist: Hashimoto Gaho. ???? 1835-1908 Hashimoto Gaho ?? ??, August 21, 1835 - January 13, 1908) was a Japanese painter, one of the last to paint in the style of the Kano school Born in Edo, he studied painting under Kano Shosen'in , and was influenced as well by the work of Kano Hogai . He created many works in the traditional style of the Kano school, using color & gold, or otherwise monochrome black ink. But while his paintings are very much the works of a traditionalist, using traditional methods and depicting traditional subjects, Gaho, like Kano Hogai, incorporated elements of Western art as well. Gaho was invited in 1884 by Okakura Kakuzo to become the chief professor of painting at the Tokyo BijutsuGakko (??????, now the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music which would open five years later. In 1898, Gaho joined Okakura in leaving the Bijutsu Gakko, and founding the Japan Fine Arts Academy (?????, Nihon Bijutsuin). He would teach there until his death in 1908. As a result of his position as chief painting professor, Gaho had a number of important pupils, including Yokoyama Taikan and Kawai Gyokudo

      Nicholas Mellors Auctioneers
    • Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) Fine Japanese Art
      Nov. 06, 2014

      Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) Fine Japanese Art

      Est: £1,500 - £1,800

      Circa 1904 Kakejiku, probably originally an album leaf mounted as a scroll, ink and slight colour on paper, depicting fishing nets in the foreground along the seashore and boats sailing in the distance, signed Gaho with seal Shichiju-o (aged 70); with wood storage box titled Gaho sensei hitsu, Seiko gyotei no zu (Painting of fishing boats on a sunny seashore by master Gaho), the inside of the lid inscribed Gyokudo Yoshi dai (titled by Kawai Gyokudo [1873-1957]) with seal Gyokudo; with outer wood storage box. 20.8cm x 17.6cm (8 3/16in x 7 15/16in). (3).

      Bonhams
    • HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908).
      Feb. 09, 2014

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908).

      Est: €180 - €600

      Painting on silk, hanging scroll with nice brocade mounting and wooden box.. Japan, 19th ct. SIZE 124 x 46, 5 CM, SIZE SCROLL 212 x 60 CM. Harmonious scenery depicting a snoozing herdsman riding on an ox,

      Galerie Zacke
    • Gaho Hashimoto (Japanese 1835-1908), Chinese Warriors Choryo and Komei: A Pair of Hanging Scrolls
      Sep. 20, 2013

      Gaho Hashimoto (Japanese 1835-1908), Chinese Warriors Choryo and Komei: A Pair of Hanging Scrolls

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Gaho Hashimoto (Japanese 1835-1908) Chinese Warriors Choryo and Komei: A Pair of Hanging Scrolls Each signed and sealed Gaho Each ink and color on silk mounted on brocade silk. Each: 43-3/4 x 18 in (111.1 x 45.7 cm)Property of Various Owners

      Weschler's
    • HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908)
      Jan. 13, 2013

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908)

      Est: - €750

      Painting on silk, hanging scroll with nice brocade mounting and wooden box.. Japan, 19th ct. SIZE 124 x 46, 5 CM, SIZE SCROLL 212 x 60 CM. Harmonious scenery depicting a snoozing herdsman riding on an ox,

      Galerie Zacke
    • HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908)
      Nov. 30, 2012

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908)

      Est: - €200

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908) A finely arranged and widely spaced depiction of a Chinese landscape painting on silk. Fine brocade mounting, with wooden box. Japan, 19th ct. SIZE PICTURE 21 x 47, 5 CM, LENGTH SCROLL 112 x 57 CM

      Galerie Zacke
    • HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908)
      Nov. 30, 2012

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908)

      Est: - €300

      HASHIMOTO GAHO (1835 - 1908) Harmonious scenery depicting a snoozing herdsman riding on an ox, Painting on silk, hanging scroll with nice brocade mounting and wooden box. Japan. 19th ct. SIZE 124 x 46, 5 CM, SIZE SCROLL 212 x 60 CM

      Galerie Zacke
    • Property from Another Owner
      Jun. 21, 2011

      Property from Another Owner

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Hanging scroll, ink on silk; depicting a thatched pavilion nestled among trees above angular boulders lining a coursing stream, and with birds wheeling across the sky beneath a rising full moon; signed Gaho with seal; together with a double tomobako certified to the inner lid by Gaho's son Hashimoto Shuho: Taisho juyon nen junigatsu nijunanuka Shuho dai (Titled by Shuho on Taisho 14.12.27 [27th day of the 12th month, 1925]), sealed Hashimoto [ju]in. 45 1/2 x 16 3/8in (115.6 x 41.6cm)

      Bonhams
    • Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) Early 20th century
      Nov. 11, 2010

      Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) Early 20th century

      Est: £5,000 - £6,000

      Early 20th century Kakejiku, sanpukutsui (a complete triptych), each painted in ink and slight colour on paper; the right scroll depicting swallows flying above rice fields, signed with seal Gaho; the centre with three swimming carp, one ascending the waterfall, signed Gaho with seal Gaho; the left depicting a sudden Summer downpour, signed with seal Gaho; with double wood storage boxes, the cover of which is titled, dated and authenticated by Hashimoto Shuho, the third son of the artist, Showa jugo-nen shi-gatsu kakan, Shuho kan (the end of April, Showa 15 [1940], authenticated by Shuho) with seal. Each 111cm x 40cm (43¾in x 15¾). (7).

      Bonhams
    • Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) 19th century
      Nov. 11, 2010

      Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908) 19th century

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      19th century Kakejiku, in ink on paper, a pair of scrolls, both depicting a hawk perched on a gnarled, withered branch, both signed Gaho zu with seal Gaho; with double wood storage boxes, the cover of which is titled, dated and authenticated by Hashimoto Shuho, the third son of the artist, Showa go-nen ki ku-gatsu, Shuho dai (September in Showa 5 [1930], titled by Shuho) with seal. Each 89.5cm x 27cm (35¼in x 10 5/8in). (4).

      Bonhams
    • Hashimoto Gaho ( 1835-1908 ) FISHING HUT AMID
      Jun. 11, 2008

      Hashimoto Gaho ( 1835-1908 ) FISHING HUT AMID

      Est: $100 - $150

      Hashimoto Gaho ( 1835-1908 ) FISHING HUT AMID MOUNTAINS, Hanging scroll, ink on paper, 36.6" x 7.9" - 93 x 20 cm., Signed and sealed by the artist. Boxed

      Waddington's
    • Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908)
      Sep. 21, 2006

      Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1908)

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      Shukei sansui (Autumn landscape) Signed Gaho ga and sealed Gaho Hanging scroll; ink and slight color on silk 49 x 20 7/8in. (124.5 x 53cm.) Wood panel signed, sealed and titled by the artist; wood box signed, sealed and dated 1924 by Hashimoto Shuho, the artist's son. With Tokyo Bijutsu Club certificate no. 006-0011, dated 2006.1.10.

      Christie's
    • Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1906)
      Mar. 29, 2005

      Hashimoto Gaho (1835-1906)

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Shunzan Fugaku zu (Mount Fuji in spring) Signed Gaho and sealed Dai Hanging scroll; ink and slight color on paper 44 7/8 x 15 3/4 in. (114 x 40cm.) With wood box signed, sealed, dated and titled by Shuho and with Tokyo Bijutsu Club certificate no. 005-0010 dated 2005.1.12

      Christie's
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