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b. 1761 - d. 1828

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        • Eleven various works: Sakai Hoitsu (Japan 1761-1828), 2x book print 1817, seven diverse flora and fauna watercolors, and two vegetable/fruit watercolors in mats, all made in Japan.
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Eleven various works: Sakai Hoitsu (Japan 1761-1828), 2x book print 1817, seven diverse flora and fauna watercolors, and two vegetable/fruit watercolors in mats, all made in Japan.

          Est: €100 - €200

          Eleven various works: Sakai Hoitsu (Japan 1761-1828), 2x book print 1817, seven diverse flora and fauna watercolors, and two vegetable/fruit watercolors in mats, all made in Japan.

          Zeeuws Veilinghuis
        • Sakai Hoitsu, Flowers Around Bamboo Kakejiku
          Dec. 05, 2023

          Sakai Hoitsu, Flowers Around Bamboo Kakejiku

          Est: $50 - $100

          Sakai Hoitsu (Japanese, 1761-1828), watercolor on silk scroll depicting flowers growing around a bamboo shoot, a bird flying nearby, mounted in brocade, 71 1/2" unrolled.

          Old Kinderhook Auction Company
        • Style of Sakai Hoitsu, Birds among autumn grasses, Edo period, 19th century
          Oct. 27, 2023

          Style of Sakai Hoitsu, Birds among autumn grasses, Edo period, 19th century

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          Style of Sakai Hoitsu (1761-1829) Birds among autumn grasses Edo period, 19th century a two-panel folding screen: ink and colour on a gold, silver and brown ground, with signature Hoitsu hitsu and with seal, plain wood mounts each panel 147.5 x 84 cm., 58 x 33 in.

          Sotheby's
        • AFTER HOITSU SAKAI (1761-1829): FROM THE SERIES OF FLOWERS OF FOUR SEASONS; a quantity of early 20th century o
          Sep. 12, 2023

          AFTER HOITSU SAKAI (1761-1829): FROM THE SERIES OF FLOWERS OF FOUR SEASONS; a quantity of early 20th century o

          Est: £200 - £300

          AFTER HOITSU SAKAI (1761-1829): FROM THE SERIES OF FLOWERS OF FOUR SEASONS; a quantity of early 20th century original Japanese woodblock prints, (qty).

          John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
        • AFTER HOITSU SAKAI (1761-1829): FROM THE SERIES OF FLOWERS OF FOUR SEASONS; a quantity of early 20th century o
          Aug. 15, 2023

          AFTER HOITSU SAKAI (1761-1829): FROM THE SERIES OF FLOWERS OF FOUR SEASONS; a quantity of early 20th century o

          Est: £300 - £350

          AFTER HOITSU SAKAI (1761-1829): FROM THE SERIES OF FLOWERS OF FOUR SEASONS; a quantity of early 20th century original Japanese woodblock prints, (qty).

          John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
        • Korin, Hiyakuzu, A Japanese Woodcut Book, c.1826
          May. 06, 2023

          Korin, Hiyakuzu, A Japanese Woodcut Book, c.1826

          Est: $700 - $1,000

          Sakai Hoitsu, 1761-1828, editor; KORIN HYAKAZU, "One Hundred Paintings by Korin" (Edo: 1826) Two volumes, 10 3/8 x 7 1/8 in., in traditional Japanese fukurptoji binding: with gray-blue covers, applied printed title label, with a cloth chitsu folding case. Originally published in 1815 to commemorate an exhibition of Ogata Korin's paintings on the centennial of his death. This second edition adds a few more works.

          Alex Cooper
        • Hoitsu, Oson Gafu, A Japanese Woodcut Book, 1822
          May. 06, 2023

          Hoitsu, Oson Gafu, A Japanese Woodcut Book, 1822

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Sakai Hoitsu, 1761-1828; OSON GAFU, "The Drawing Book of Oson" (Nagoya, Edo: Eirakuya Toshiro, 1822) 10 7/8 x 7 1/2 in.; traditional Japanese fukurotoji binding, yellow covers with pattern printed in colorless glaze, applied title label printed in green characters; blue cloth chitsu folding case. Containing 25 double-page studies of flowers, scholars, animals, and landscape, printed in soft but bright colors, signed with a variety of artist's names and seals, inspired by the master, Korin. The first edition was dated 1817.

          Alex Cooper
        • SAKAI HOITSU CRANE WALL ART
          Dec. 21, 2022

          SAKAI HOITSU CRANE WALL ART

          Est: $100 - $200

          37.5in(95.2cm) X 37.5in(95.2cm)

          Steven's Art & Antiques
        • Sakai Hoitsu Mandarin Ducks Iris Lithograph
          Dec. 10, 2022

          Sakai Hoitsu Mandarin Ducks Iris Lithograph

          Est: -

          Frame has chips and scratches. Frame measures approximately 38in x 19in. tm6820 SA

          EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
        • SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) Red Plum Blossom Hanging scroll; ink, color and go
          Sep. 27, 2022

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) Red Plum Blossom Hanging scroll; ink, color and go

          Est: $3,000 - $4,000

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) Red Plum Blossom Hanging scroll; ink, color and gold on silk 35 x 13 3/8 in. (88.9 x 34 cm.)

          Christie's
        • SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) Benzaiten Hanging scroll; ink, color, gold and sil
          Mar. 22, 2022

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) Benzaiten Hanging scroll; ink, color, gold and sil

          Est: $15,000 - $25,000

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) Benzaiten Hanging scroll; ink, color, gold and silver on silk 32 1/2 x 14 5/8 in. (82.6 x 37.1 cm.)

          Christie's
        • SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) Cat Hanging scroll; ink and light color on paper 2
          Mar. 22, 2022

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) Cat Hanging scroll; ink and light color on paper 2

          Est: $20,000 - $30,000

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) Cat Hanging scroll; ink and light color on paper 22 3/8 x 11 1/2 in. (56.8 x 29.2 cm.)

          Christie's
        • TWO HANGING SCROLLS
          Nov. 11, 2021

          TWO HANGING SCROLLS

          Est: €400 - €500

          TWO HANGING SCROLLS Japan, 19th ct. and mid-20th ct. 95,6 x 39,4 / 42,7 x 50,4 cm Both in ink and colours on silk, one with cherry blossom branches and green hills, inscribed Hoitsu hitsu (Sakai Hoitsu, 1761-1828). The other with a sparrow on a blossoming branch, signed and sealed Reiki (Yamaguchi Reiki, 1894-1979). Property from a German private collection, acquired prior to 2007 The second with damage to the end knobs, traces of age

          Nagel Auction
        • Japanese Rinpa school. Edo period, attributed to SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829). "Composition with flowers and birds". 5-panel folding screen.
          Mar. 09, 2021

          Japanese Rinpa school. Edo period, attributed to SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829). "Composition with flowers and birds". 5-panel folding screen.

          Est: €7,000 - €8,000

          Japanese Rinpa school. Edo period, attributed to SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829). "Composition with flowers and birds". 5-panel folding screen. Colored ink and gold leaf on paper adhered to canvas. Size: 180,5 x 68 cm. each panel. Sakai Hoitsu was a Japanese artist who belonged to the Rinpa school. He is known for having promoted the style and popularity of Ogata Korin. His father was the feudal lord of Himeji Castle in Harima Province. Moving to Kyoto, Hoitsu began his art studies at the Kan school before moving on to study with Utagawa Toyoharu and the ukiyo-e style. He later studied with Watanabe Nangaku of the Maruyama school and with Shiseki of the nanga style, before finally becoming a painter of the Rinpa school. He became a Buddhist priest in 1797, and spent the last 21 years of his life in seclusion. During this time, he studied the work of Ogata Korin extensively, as well as that of his brother, Ogata Kenzan, and produced a series of reproductions of the brothers' works. He also produced two books of woodblock prints of the brothers' work, as well as a book of his own; these were entitled Korin Hyakuzu (1815), Kenzan Iboku Gafu (1823), and Oson Gafu, respectively. Hoitsu's style shows elements of ukiyo-e realism, but particularly resembles the decorative style of Ogata Korin. Rinpa is one of the most important schools of Japanese painting. It emerged in the 17th century with the artists Honami Koetsu (1558-1637) and Tawaraya Sotatsu (1643). Fifty years later, the style was consolidated as such through the brothers Ogata Korin and Kenzan. Hon'ami Koetsu founded an artistic community of craftsmen with the support of wealthy merchants, patrons of the Nichiren Buddhist sect in Takagamine, northeast of Kyoto, in 1615. Both the prosperous merchant elite as well as the old aristocratic families of Kyoto favored arts that followed classical traditions, and Koetsu complied by producing numerous works of ceramics, calligraphy and lacquerware. His collaborator, Tawaraya Sotatsu, maintained a workshop in Kyoto and produced commercial paintings such as decorative fans and screens. Sotatsu also specialized in making decorated paper with gold or silver backgrounds, to which Koetsu helped by adding calligraphy. The Rinpa school came to prominence again during the Genroku era (1688-1704) thanks to Ogata Korin and his younger brother ?gata Kenzan, sons of a prosperous Kyoto textile merchant. Other prominent artists were Sakai Hoitsu and Suzuki Kiitsu. Artists of the Rinpa school worked in various formats, notably folding screens, hanging fans and scrolls, woodblock printed books, lacquerware, ceramics and kimonos. Many Rinpa paintings were used on doors and sliding walls (fusuma) of noble houses. The subject matter and style were often borrowed from the Heian period traditions of yamato-e, with elements of Muromachi ink paintings, flower and bird paintings from the Chinese Ming dynasty, as well as developments from the Kano school of the Momoyama period. Standard stereotypical painting in the Rinpa style involves simple natural subjects such as birds, plants and flowers, with the background filled with gold leaf. The emphasis on refined design and technique became more pronounced as the Rinpa style developed.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Sakai Hoitsu - Cranes - 1982 Offset Lithograph 40" x 30"
          Dec. 29, 2020

          Sakai Hoitsu - Cranes - 1982 Offset Lithograph 40" x 30"

          Est: $35 - $50

          "Cranes" by Sakai Hoitsu, 1982 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 40 x 30 inches, with an image size of 27.75 x 27.5 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Poster for the Worcester Museum, published by New York Graphic Society Ltd

          DUMBO Auctions
        • TWO HANGING SCROLLS, Japan, 19th ct. and mid-20th ct., both in ink and colours on silk, one with cherry blossom branches and green hills, inscribed Hoitsu hitsu (Sakai Hoitsu, 1761-1828)
          Dec. 11, 2020

          TWO HANGING SCROLLS, Japan, 19th ct. and mid-20th ct., both in ink and colours on silk, one with cherry blossom branches and green hills, inscribed Hoitsu hitsu (Sakai Hoitsu, 1761-1828)

          Est: €800 - €1,200

          Property from a German private collection, acquired prior to 2007 - The second with damage to the end knobs, traces of age

          Nagel Auction
        • Sakai Hoitsu, Japanese (1761-1828), Heron and Reed, ink and watercolor on paper, 14 x 8 1/2 inches
          Nov. 14, 2020

          Sakai Hoitsu, Japanese (1761-1828), Heron and Reed, ink and watercolor on paper, 14 x 8 1/2 inches

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Sakai Hoitsu Japanese (1761-1828) Heron and Reed ink and watercolor on paper signed with seal lower right, gilt-framed. 14 x 8 1/2 inches

          Link Auction Galleries
        • Sakai Hōitsu, Japanese (1761 - 1829), "Magnolia Blossom," woodblock print on paper
          Nov. 01, 2020

          Sakai Hōitsu, Japanese (1761 - 1829), "Magnolia Blossom," woodblock print on paper

          Est: $100 - $200

          Sakai Hōitsu, Japanese (1761 - 1829), "Magnolia Blossom," woodblock print on paper, signed with artist's chop at lower left, measures 9 x 12.25 inches to the matt edge, 14.75 x 17.75 inches framed. CONDITION: Good, some toning, matt discolored. This appears to be an early pull of this scarce woodblock print. Hōitsu began his studies in art in the Kanō school before moving on to study under Utagawa Toyoharu of the ukiyo-e style. He later studied under Watanabe Nangaku of the Maruyama school and Sō Shiseki of the nanga style before finally becoming a painter of the Rinpa school.

          Huntington Museum of Art
        • Kôrin hyakuzu [One hundred paintings by Kôrin].
          Oct. 16, 2020

          Kôrin hyakuzu [One hundred paintings by Kôrin].

          Est: €150 - €200

          2 (of 4) vol., 25,2 x 17 cm. Vol. 1: 4 pp. with text, 30 pp. with b/w ill.-- Vol. 2: 30 pp., b/w ill. (good condition, vol. 2 with light stains). - Later edition. - Joined: Booklet on textile patterns. Meiji 14 [1881]. 16 x 7,3 cm, 60 pp. with ill. (2 works in 3 vol.)

          Arenberg Auctions
        • SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829), (WITH MOUNTING PAINTED BY SAKAI DOITSU)
          Sep. 24, 2020

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829), (WITH MOUNTING PAINTED BY SAKAI DOITSU)

          Est: $10,000 - $20,000

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829), (WITH MOUNTING PAINTED BY SAKAI DOITSU) Weasel (Itachi) 14 ½ x 20 ½ in. (36.8 x 52.1 cm., Hoitsu painting), 23 ½ x 26.7/10 in. (59.7 x 67.8 cm., Doitsu painted mounting)

          Christie's
        • Ostasien - Japan - Hoitsu, Sakai
          Jul. 24, 2020

          Ostasien - Japan - Hoitsu, Sakai

          Est: €160 - €240

          (Edo 1761-1829 ebda.), Vier Doppelblätter aus "Shiki no hana, Haru" (Jahreszeitliche Blumen, Frühling). Japanische Farbholzschnitte auf Papier. Nicht sign. und bezeichnet. Kyoto, Verlag Unsodo, 1907. Hanshibon-Format (Darstellungsgr.: ca. 23,5 x 32 cm). - Unter Passepartout. (155)

          Zisska & Lacher
        • Antique Japanese Woodblock Print by Sakai Hōitsu FLOWERS OF THE FOUR SEASONS c. 1907
          Jan. 19, 2020

          Antique Japanese Woodblock Print by Sakai Hōitsu FLOWERS OF THE FOUR SEASONS c. 1907

          Est: $150 - $300

          Antique Japanese Woodblock Print by Sakai Hōitsu (酒井 抱一, Japanese, 1761 – 1829) | From the FLOWERS OF THE FOUR SEASONS | Published by Unsodo, Kyoto, Circa. 1907 | Woodblock on paper | Pulled from Flowers of the Four Seasons (Shiki no Hana) | Matted & Framed Under Glass | Approx. Dimensions: Print(s): 14.5" W x 10.5" H; Framed: 23.0" W x 19.0" H.

          Worthington Galleries
        • Sakai Hoitsu - Cranes - 1982
          Dec. 18, 2019

          Sakai Hoitsu - Cranes - 1982

          Est: $50 - $75

          "Cranes" by Sakai Hoitsu, 1982 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 40 x 30 inches, with an image size of 27.75 x 27.5 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Poster for the Worcester Museum, published by New York Graphic Society Ltd

          DUMBO Auctions
        • POSSIBLY SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) 18TH/19TH CENTURY FRAMED SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK, Rimpa school from the “Tale of Ise”, Narihira passing Mount Fuji on his journey to the east, signed Hoitsu Hitsu and with artist seal Bunsen. Similar compositions of
          Sep. 18, 2019

          POSSIBLY SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) 18TH/19TH CENTURY FRAMED SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK, Rimpa school from the “Tale of Ise”, Narihira passing Mount Fuji on his journey to the east, signed Hoitsu Hitsu and with artist seal Bunsen. Similar compositions of

          Est: £50 - £75

          POSSIBLY SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) 18TH/19TH CENTURY FRAMED SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK, Rimpa school from the “Tale of Ise”, Narihira passing Mount Fuji on his journey to the east, signed Hoitsu Hitsu and with artist seal Bunsen. Similar compositions of this image can be found by Sakai Hoitsu's student Suzuki Kiitsu's son Suzuki Shuitsu. Image 102cm x 45 cm.

          Hannam's Auctioneers
        • ATTRIBUTED TO SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) 18TH/19TH CENTURY FRAMED SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK, Rimpa scho
          Jul. 31, 2019

          ATTRIBUTED TO SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) 18TH/19TH CENTURY FRAMED SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK, Rimpa scho

          Est: £500 - £800

          ATTRIBUTED TO SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1829) 18TH/19TH CENTURY FRAMED SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK, Rimpa school from the “Tale of Ise”, Narihira passing Mount Fuji on his journey to the east, signed Hoitsu Hitsu and with artist seal Bunsen. Similar compositions of this image can be found by Sakai Hoitsu's student Suzuki Kiitsu's son Suzuki Shuitsu. Image 102cm x 45 cm.

          Hannam's Auctioneers
        • SAKAI HOITSU (JAPAN, 1761-1829) SPARROWS AMONGST HOLLYHOCKS 56 x 19 in. (14
          Mar. 21, 2019

          SAKAI HOITSU (JAPAN, 1761-1829) SPARROWS AMONGST HOLLYHOCKS 56 x 19 in. (14

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          SAKAI HOITSU (JAPAN, 1761-1829) SPARROWS AMONGST HOLLYHOCKS 56 x 19 in. (142 x 48 cm.), excluding mount

          Christie's
        • AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, Japanese, 1761-1828, "Cranes"., Collotype fine art print, 26" x 26". Framed 34" x 33".
          Feb. 20, 2019

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, Japanese, 1761-1828, "Cranes"., Collotype fine art print, 26" x 26". Framed 34" x 33".

          Est: $200 - $300

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU Japanese, 1761-1828 "Cranes". Detail of an Edo Period two-panel screen. Headliner of Hoitsu's "Cranes" exhibit at the Worcester Art Museum, circa 1982. Sakai Hoitsu was a Japanese painter responsible for the re-emergence of the Rimpa School, starting the Rimpa School in Edo (Tokyo). He focused on painting nature scenes from all four seasons. Collotype fine art print, 26" x 26". Framed 34" x 33".

          Eldred's
        • AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, (JAPANESE, 1761-1828), "BLOOMING IRISES"
          Feb. 13, 2019

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, (JAPANESE, 1761-1828), "BLOOMING IRISES"

          Est: $300 - $500

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU (japanese, 1761-1828) "BLOOMING IRISES" Circa 1920s. Color woodblock on paper. Sight size: 9 x 12 1/4 in. (22.9 x 31.1cm) provenance: Pia Gallo, New York, New York. Collection of Jeffrey M. Kaplan, Washington, D.C. (acquired directly from the above in 2010).

          Freeman's
        • AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, Japanese, 1761-1828, "Cranes"., Collotype fine art print, 26" x 26". Framed 34" x 33".
          Nov. 09, 2018

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, Japanese, 1761-1828, "Cranes"., Collotype fine art print, 26" x 26". Framed 34" x 33".

          Est: $200 - $400

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU Japanese, 1761-1828 "Cranes". Detail of an Edo Period two-panel screen. Headliner of Hoitsu's "Cranes" exhibit at the Worcester Art Museum, circa 1982. Sakai Hoitsu was a Japanese painter responsible for the re-emergence of the Rimpa School, starting the Rimpa School in Edo (Tokyo). He focused on painting nature scenes from all four seasons. Collotype fine art print, 26" x 26". Framed 34" x 33".

          Eldred's
        • Hoitsu SAKAI (1761-1829)
          Sep. 23, 2018

          Hoitsu SAKAI (1761-1829)

          Est: €150 - €200

          Hoitsu SAKAI (1761-1829) " Les Grues"Lithographie signée.H : 68 cm L : 67 cm

          Legia-Auction
        • JAPANESE SCHOOL, ATTRIBUTED TO SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1828),
          Sep. 07, 2018

          JAPANESE SCHOOL, ATTRIBUTED TO SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1828),

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          JAPANESE SCHOOL, ATTRIBUTED TO SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1828) CAMELLIA BLOSSOM Ink and color on satin, inscribed and with one seal to lower left, mounted as a hanging scroll. Image approx. H: 15 in., 38cm; W: 16 3/4 in., 42.5cm PROVENANCE: Bearing two labels for Christie's East

          Freeman's
        • SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1828),
          Sep. 07, 2018

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1828),

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761-1828) TWO SCROLL PAINTINGS, "FLOWERS AND GRASSES UNDER FULL MOON" AND "FLOWERS AND RED SUN" Ink and color on silk, each inscribed and with one seal, mounted as hanging scrolls. Image approx. H: 35 1/4 in., 89.5cm; W: 12 1/4 in., 31cm

          Freeman's
        • AFTER SAKAI HOITSU DUCK & IRIS
          Aug. 19, 2018

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU DUCK & IRIS

          Est: $100 - $200

          A reproduction offset lithograph after “Iris and Mandarin Duck” by Sakai Hoitsu (Japanese, 1761-1828). The image depicts two ducks sitting on a rock beneath an iris plant looking into a pond. The original work was done in ink on silk and was produced in the 18th century during the Edo Period in Japan. Professionally framed in Asian style gilt wood frame, measures 18"x37"x3 /4". Weight 8 pds. PROVENANCE: A Private Charleston SC Estate.

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • Japanese Woodblock "White Flower"
          Jul. 15, 2018

          Japanese Woodblock "White Flower"

          Est: $50 - $100

          Circa 1920, by Sakai Hoitsu, good condition, 9" x 12" sight, 17" x 20" with frame

          Treasureseeker Auctions LLC
        • AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, (JAPANESE, 1761-1828), "BLOOMING IRISES"
          Jul. 12, 2018

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, (JAPANESE, 1761-1828), "BLOOMING IRISES"

          Est: $300 - $500

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU (japanese, 1761-1828) "BLOOMING IRISES" Circa 1920s. Color woodblock on paper. Sight size: 9 x 12 1/4 in. (22.9 x 31.1cm) provenance: Pia Gallo, New York, New York. Collection of Jeffrey M. Kaplan, Washington, D.C. (acquired directly from the above in 2010).

          Freeman's
        • AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, Japanese, 1761-1828, "Cranes"., Collotype fine art print, 26" square. Framed 34" x 33".
          Jun. 22, 2018

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU, Japanese, 1761-1828, "Cranes"., Collotype fine art print, 26" square. Framed 34" x 33".

          Est: $300 - $500

          AFTER SAKAI HOITSU Japanese, 1761-1828 "Cranes". Detail of an Edo Period two-panel screen. Headliner of Hoitsu's "Cranes" exhibit at the Worcester Art Museum, circa 1982. Sakai Hoitsu was a Japanese painter responsible for the re-emergence of the Rimpa School, starting the Rimpa School in Edo (Tokyo). He focused on painting nature scenes from all four seasons. Collotype fine art print, 26" square. Framed 34" x 33".

          Eldred's
        • SAKAI HOITSU (1761 – 1828): SPRING AND AUTUMN FLOWERS
          Feb. 03, 2018

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761 – 1828): SPRING AND AUTUMN FLOWERS

          Est: €3,500 - €7,000

          Two rolls, ink and colors on silk. Japan, about 1800 The left-hand role shows the resplendent white blossom of a flowering peony, masterfully executed in its plasticity, its noble radiance as well as the multiple, lively shadows of its foliage. Beneath the large peony is a smaller, still-closed, red blossom. In the lower left-hand corner is the signature HO-ITSU fude 抱 一 筆 , as well as the red seal O-SON 鶯 村, one of his artist’s names (literally “nightingale village”), within a bat-shaped field. The role on the right shows a less opulent, but finely composed and spread-out composition of stalks, red-colored leaves and, at the very bottom, small blossoms, presumably a kind of asters. A titmouse, its feathers grayish black and its head capped yellow, holds onto a reed. In the bottom right-hand corner is the same signature as described above. Hoitsu was a painter from the Rinpa school, who belonged to a princely house and became a Buddhist priest. It was only then that the dedicated himself fully to painting and studying diverse styles. An admirer of Ogata, he also wrote poetry and produced calligraphy, etc. His decorative paintings are well-known for their sense for details. Condition report: Recently mounted with a silk border, lacquer rollers, painting in very good condition. IMAGE 97,5 x 32,3 CM, ROLL 170 x 46 CM From a private German collection Condition reports and further images are available upon request - Expertise: Wolfmar Zacken

          Galerie Zacke
        • Sakai Hoitsu (1761-1828), Cranes
          Dec. 19, 2017

          Sakai Hoitsu (1761-1828), Cranes

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Technique: Watercolor on washi paper Signature: Signed with seal twice and inscribed (right edge) Dimensions: 27 x 21 cm Condition: Some oxidation, especially on the edges, some yellowing, otherwise good.

          Hammersite
        • Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers
          Dec. 12, 2017

          Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers

          Est: -

          Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers

          Casa de Subastas Odalys
        • Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers
          Dec. 12, 2017

          Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers

          Est: -

          Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers

          Casa de Subastas Odalys
        • Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers
          Dec. 12, 2017

          Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers

          Est: -

          Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers

          Casa de Subastas Odalys
        • Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers
          Dec. 12, 2017

          Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers

          Est: -

          Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一), 1908, Color Xilography. Nishiki-e, 23 x 31 cm, Autumn flowers

          Casa de Subastas Odalys
        • AN ALBUM-LEAF PAINTING WITH A POEM.
          Nov. 14, 2017

          AN ALBUM-LEAF PAINTING WITH A POEM.

          Est: £300 - £400

          AN ALBUM-LEAF PAINTING WITH A POEM. Attributed to Sakai Hoitsu (1761 – 1828). Ink and slight colour on paper, with wrestling toy monkeys, an inscribed haiku poem reads ‘Umi Yama to na no tachiwakaru sumai kana’ (the sea and a mountain, fighting like sumo wrestlers) or signed Toryu, with a seal Oson. 31.5 x 23cm. 猿相撲絵、伝 酒井抱一 There are fold-marks, a little rubbed and soiled, slightly wormed, laid-down on a mount.

          Chiswick Auctions
        • SAKAI HOITSU (1761 – 1828): SPRING AND AUTUMN FLOWERS
          Nov. 04, 2017

          SAKAI HOITSU (1761 – 1828): SPRING AND AUTUMN FLOWERS

          Est: €5,800 - €11,600

          Two rolls, ink and colors on silk. Japan, about 1800 The left-hand role shows the resplendent white blossom of a flowering peony, masterfully executed in its plasticity, its noble radiance as well as the multiple, lively shadows of its foliage. Beneath the large peony is a smaller, still-closed, red blossom. In the lower left-hand corner is the signature HO-ITSU fude 抱 一 筆 , as well as the red seal O-SON 鶯 村, one of his artist’s names (literally “nightingale village”), within a bat-shaped field. The role on the right shows a less opulent, but finely composed and spread-out composition of stalks, red-colored leaves and, at the very bottom, small blossoms, presumably a kind of asters. A titmouse, its feathers grayish black and its head capped yellow, holds onto a reed. In the bottom right-hand corner is the same signature as described above. Hoitsu was a painter from the Rinpa school, who belonged to a princely house and became a Buddhist priest. It was only then that the dedicated himself fully to painting and studying diverse styles. An admirer of Ogata, he also wrote poetry and produced calligraphy, etc. His decorative paintings are well-known for their sense for details. Condition report: Recently mounted with a silk border, lacquer rollers, painting in very good condition. IMAGE 97,5 x 32,3 CM, ROLL 170 x 46 CM From a private German collection Expertise: Wolfmar Zacken

          Galerie Zacke
        • Hoitsu SAKAI (1761-1829)
          Oct. 01, 2017

          Hoitsu SAKAI (1761-1829)

          Est: €250 - €300

          Hoitsu SAKAI (1761-1829) " Les Grues" Lithographie signée. H : 68 cm L : 67 cm Gravures

          Legia-Auction
        • Japanese Six Panel Screen Signed Sakai Hoitsu (1761-1828)
          Jul. 09, 2016

          Japanese Six Panel Screen Signed Sakai Hoitsu (1761-1828)

          Est: $250 - $400

          Japanese Six Panel Screen Signed Sakai Hoitsu (1761-1828), this is probably a 20thC copy of his work, 45 1/4" tall X 84 1/2" wide overall. good condition.

          The Cobbs
        • A hanging scroll by Sakai Hôitsu (1761-1828)
          Jun. 11, 2016

          A hanging scroll by Sakai Hôitsu (1761-1828)

          Est: €500 - €700

          A hanging scroll by Sakai Hôitsu depicting a plum blossom branch. Ink, a few colours and a little gold on silk. Signed and sealed Hôitsu. Foxing. In addition two hanging scrolls. a) Three young women picking pine saplings. Ink, colours and gold on silk. Signed Kenpô and two seals. Somewhat damaged. b) Deer in a landscape. Ink on silk. Signed and sealed Genpô. (3)

          Kunsthaus Lempertz KG
        • JAPANESE WATER COLOR PAINTING BY SAKAI HOITSU
          Jun. 07, 2015

          JAPANESE WATER COLOR PAINTING BY SAKAI HOITSU

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Japanese Water Color Painting by Sakai Hoitsu. 1761-1828, pimpa school,on silk, framed. 49 1/2 in. x 23 in.

          G & B Auction Gallery
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