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b. 1733 - d. 1795

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      • Maruyama Okyo Japanese Woodblock Book
        Jun. 13, 2024

        Maruyama Okyo Japanese Woodblock Book

        Est: $400 - $600

        Maruyama Okyo (Japanese, 1733-1995). Ehon book of 9 tipped in color woodblock prints, orihon (accordion) style binding. Book 10 1/8" x 8 5/8". Wear, creases, tears, staining and losses to covers, pages and prints all with foxing and toning, some creasing to corners of pages, tears at accordion folds, losses to color on cover and prints throughout.

        Willow Auction House
      • Maruyama Okyo Japanese Woodblock Book
        Jun. 13, 2024

        Maruyama Okyo Japanese Woodblock Book

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Maruyama Okyo (Japanese, 1733-1995). Ehon book of 12 tipped in color woodblock prints, orihon (accordion) style binding. Book 9 5/8" x 7 3/8". Wear, creases, staining and losses to covers, wear and losses to paper label on front cover, pages and prints all with foxing and toning, some creasing to corners of pages.

        Willow Auction House
      • Good Japanese Table Screen,
        Jun. 06, 2024

        Good Japanese Table Screen,

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        signed Maruyama Okyo (Japanese, 1733 - 1795), of rectangular form, beautifully painted with a rooster and Chicken, signed, set in wooden stand and within a glass display case, with paper label, a/f, 36cm x 43cm (screen size not case)

        Aalders Auctions
      • MARUYAMA OKYO (1733-1795): ‘FIERCE DRAGONS WITH FEROCIOUS TIGERS’
        Nov. 30, 2023

        MARUYAMA OKYO (1733-1795): ‘FIERCE DRAGONS WITH FEROCIOUS TIGERS’

        Est: €7,500 - €15,000

        MARUYAMA OKYO (1733-1795): ‘FIERCE DRAGONS WITH FEROCIOUS TIGERS’ Japan, 18th century. Ink, watercolor, and gold paint on silk. Mounted as a hanging scroll, on a silk brocade coated paper frame. Finely painted depicting a pair of sinuous dragons and snarling tigers embroiled in a fierce battle with a dragon clutching the tail of a tiger as the tiger sinks its teeth into the dragon’s tail. Inscriptions: To the bottom left-hand corner, ‘Okyo no in’ 應舉之印 (‘Seal of Okyo’). Provenance: German private collection. Inscribed in German ‘Drachen und Tiger’ at the backside. Condition: Good condition with minor wear, creasing, paint flakes to left margin, and light soiling. The silk brocade has traces of age, minuscule losses, and only one stag-antler handle preserved. Dimensions: Image size 106 x 51 cm, Size incl. mounting 183.5 x 64 cm Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795), from present-day Kameoka, Kyoto, was a student at the Kano School of painting. He gained much renown after his first commission, the Seven Misfortunes and Seven Fortunes. As his public image grew, Okyo founded his own school in Kyoto, the Maruyama School of painting, dedicated to his style of blending Western naturalism with Eastern decorative designs. He taught his students to rely on nature to render images in a realistic picture of light, shadow, and forms. The school grew popular, and branches soon appeared in other locations, including Osaka. Much of the school's work is today preserved at Daijo-ji, a temple in Kasumi. Noteworthy pupils include Okyo's son, Maruyama Ozui, Nagasawa Rosetsu, and Matsumura Goshun. Auction result comparison: Type: Related Auction: Christie’s London, 5 December 2017, lot 102 Price: GBP 175,000 or approx. EUR 288,000 converted and adjusted for inflation at the time of writing Description: Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795), Ferocious Tiger (Mouko Zu) Expert remark: Compare the related style of the tiger. Note the much smaller size (35.8 x 47.5 cm).

        Galerie Zacke
      • Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo
        Apr. 15, 2023

        Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo

        Est: $20 - $30

        Japanese Woodblock Print After Maruyama Okyo Dragon in cloud

        Woodblock Prints World
      • Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo
        Apr. 15, 2023

        Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo

        Est: $20 - $30

        Japanese Woodblock Print After Maruyama Okyo Chinese Landscape

        Woodblock Prints World
      • Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo
        Jan. 28, 2023

        Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo

        Est: $20 - $30

        Japanese Woodblock Print after Maruyama Okyo Pheasant

        Woodblock Prints World
      • Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo
        Jan. 28, 2023

        Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo

        Est: $20 - $30

        Japanese Woodblock Print after Maruyama Okyo The tale of Eguchi no Kimi

        Woodblock Prints World
      • Maruyama Okyo Ink Scroll Painting of Carp
        Jan. 24, 2023

        Maruyama Okyo Ink Scroll Painting of Carp

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Maruyama Okyo, born Maruyama Masataka (Japanese, 1733-1795). Ink on silk framed scroll painting depicting a carp surfacing in a body of water. Signed along the lower left and with the artist's seal in red.

        Revere Auctions
      • JAPANESE, 4 FRAMED REPRODUCTION WOOD BLOCK PRINTS
        Jan. 15, 2022

        JAPANESE, 4 FRAMED REPRODUCTION WOOD BLOCK PRINTS

        Est: $100 - $200

        Japanese, 20th century. Framed group of four facsimiles of notable woodblock artists comprising of Tosa Mitsuoki (1617-1691) "Fan making", "Bow Making", and "Sword Making", and Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795) "Peacocks". Appropriately marked. Approx. 18.5" x 15.125" (frame), 11.5" x 7.25" (sight).

        Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
      • MARUYAMA OKYO: A SCROLL PAINTING OF A HILLY LANDSCAPE
        Sep. 10, 2021

        MARUYAMA OKYO: A SCROLL PAINTING OF A HILLY LANDSCAPE

        Est: €500 - €1,000

        MARUYAMA OKYO: A SCROLL PAINTING OF A HILLY LANDSCAPE By Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795), signed Okyo and sealed Okyo-no-in and Chusen Japan, late 18 th century, Edo period (1615-1868) Finely painted with ink and watercolors on silk and mounted as a hanging scroll with silk brocade frame, depicting in the foreground a crevice between hills with leafy and blossoming trees, with sparsely forested mountains in the background. Signed lower left OKYO with two seals reading Okyo-no-in and Chusen. SIZE 98 x 40.5 cm (image) and 153 x 54 cm (incl. mounting) Condition: Good condition with some wear, creasing, and minor soiling. The brocade frame with some tears and creases. Provenance: Ex-collection Richard Lane. Formerly in the collection of the Honolulu Museum of Art. Collector and art dealer Richard Douglas Lane (1926-2002) was a leading figure in the field of ukiyo-e research. In 2003, the Honolulu Museum of Art obtained his collection of approximately 11,000 Japanese woodblock-printed books and manuscripts and 3,000 Chinese, Korean and Japanese paintings.

        Galerie Zacke
      • Peacock by Okyo Maruyama
        Jun. 25, 2021

        Peacock by Okyo Maruyama

        Est: $5 - $100

        Very good condition overall

        Plain City Auction
      • MARUYAMA OKYO: A SCROLL PAINTING OF A HILLY LANDSCAPE
        Jun. 04, 2021

        MARUYAMA OKYO: A SCROLL PAINTING OF A HILLY LANDSCAPE

        Est: €750 - €1,500

        Ref4 MARUYAMA OKYO: A SCROLL PAINTING OF A HILLY LANDSCAPE By Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795), signed Okyo and sealed Okyo-no-in and Chusen Japan, late 18 th century, Edo period (1615-1868) Finely painted with ink and watercolors on silk and mounted as a hanging scroll with silk brocade frame, depicting in the foreground a crevice between hills with leafy and blossoming trees, with sparsely forested mountains in the background. Signed lower left OKYO with two seals reading Okyo-no-in and Chusen. SIZE 98 x 40.5 cm (image) and 153 x 54 cm (incl. mounting) Condition: Good condition with some wear, creasing, and minor soiling. The brocade frame with some tears and creases. Provenance: Ex-collection Richard Lane. Formerly in the collection of the Honolulu Museum of Art. Collector and art dealer Richard Douglas Lane (1926-2002) was a leading figure in the field of ukiyo-e research. In 2003, the Honolulu Museum of Art obtained his collection of approximately 11,000 Japanese woodblock-printed books and manuscripts and 3,000 Chinese, Korean and Japanese paintings.

        Galerie Zacke
      • Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo
        Oct. 24, 2020

        Japanese Woodblock Print Maruyama Okyo

        Est: $2,000 - $2,500

        Japanese Hand Painting by Maruyama Okyo Set of 3 Hand Paintings

        Woodblock Prints World
      • MARUYAMA OKYO 円山応挙 (1733-1795) Coq et poule Encre, couleurs et po
        Mar. 12, 2019

        MARUYAMA OKYO 円山応挙 (1733-1795) Coq et poule Encre, couleurs et po

        Est: €2,000 - €4,000

        MARUYAMA OKYO 円山応挙 (1733-1795) Coq et poule Encre, couleurs et poudre d'or sur papier Signée à deux caractères à gauche Ladite signature est adjointe de deux cachets rouges Une oeuvre offerte dans un encadrement et sous verre Dimensions (à vue) : 23 x 37 cm Comparaison : Pour une suite de trois encres du mêmes, elles aussi donnant à voir coq, poules et poussins, voir Christie’s New York, 17/03/2009, lot26. A CHARMING INK AND COLOURS ON PAPER DEPICTING A ROOSTER AND A HEN BY MARUYAMA OKYO 円山応挙 Japan, 18th century

        Boisgirard-Antonini
      • Maruyama Okyo, "Peacock", Ukiyo-E Japanese Woodblock Print
        Jan. 06, 2019

        Maruyama Okyo, "Peacock", Ukiyo-E Japanese Woodblock Print

        Est: $200 - $400

        Maruyama Okyo Japanese woodblock, Peacock. Approximately 11.75 x 8.5 in.

        Clark's Auction Company
      • D’après Okyo MARUYAMA
        Oct. 31, 2018

        D’après Okyo MARUYAMA

        Est: €80 - €150

        D’après Okyo MARUYAMA La pie saisie dans son vol Estampe sur papier Signée dans la planche à deux caractères en bas à droite : 應擧 Deux cachets rouges en bas à droite, toujours dans la planche Dans les marges, deux inscriptions étampées, l’une datant l’œuvre de décembre de l’année Meiji 15 correspondant à 1882 Elle est offerte dans un encadrement et sous verre Dimensions (la planche à vue avec les marges) : 24,2 x 19 cm A PRINT DEPICTING A MAGPIE AND DATED MEIJI 15 (EQUIVALENT TO 1882) AFTER OKYO MARUYAMA Japan, 19th century

        Boisgirard-Antonini
      • Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795) Yang Guifei Edo period (1615-1868), dated 1794
        Sep. 12, 2018

        Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795) Yang Guifei Edo period (1615-1868), dated 1794

        Est: $12,000 - $18,000

        Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795) Yang GuifeiEdo period (1615-1868), dated 1794Hanging scroll, ink and colors on silk, depicting the Chinese beauty seated at a red-lacquer table by blossoming peonies and a willow, her pale skin set off against her luxuriously decorated robes, her hair gathered up on top of her head under a phoenix crown, the fan in her left decorated with a landscape and sailing vessel, dated Kinoe-tora chuto utsusu (Drawn in midwinter 1794), signed Okyo and sealed Okyo no inWith a wood tomobako storage box inscribed on the inside of the lid Okyo hitsu shinseki soinai, (Genuine work by Okyo), dated Mizunoe-tatsu shoto (early winter, 1832), signed Seishukan Oritsu sho and sealed Oritsu, and with additional attestation dated and signed Maruyama Oshin tei, and sealed Oshin no in 53 1/4 x 27 3/8in (135.3 x 69.5cm) Provenance:Acquired in the 1960s and thence by descent to the present ownerOkyo was known to have produced several paintings of Chinese beauties throughout his lifetime. According to Timothy Clark, there developed in the mid-18th century in Kyoto, a taste for paintings of classical Chinese beauties. Okyo and his followers capitalized on this receptive atmosphere and became well known for their Chinese beauty paintings, often of similar composition. For another example of a portrait of Yang Guifei by Okyo, see Hyogo Kenritsu Hakubutsukan, Maruyama Okyo ten (Special Exhibition: Maruyama Okyo), Hyogo Prefectural Museum of History, 1995, no. 31, and reproduced in Timothy Clark, "Japanese Paintings of Chinese Beauties in the Late Edo Period" in Miyako Murase and Judith G. Smith, eds., The Arts of Japan: An International Symposium, Metropolitan Museum of New York, 2000, fig. 3, p. 226.The beauty Yang Guifei (719-756) was the favorite consort of the Tang dynasty Emperor Xuangong (r. 712-756). His infatuation with her and his subsequent neglect of his official duties were said to have led to the downfall of his court in 755.Maruyama Oshin (1790-1783) and Maruyama Oritsu (1817-1875) were both grandsons of and painters in the style Okyo, known for authenticating their grandfather's work.

        Bonhams
      • Ôkyo, Maruyama (1733-1795) (after). Ohana kumaki (The Official Scroll to th
        May. 31, 2018

        Ôkyo, Maruyama (1733-1795) (after). Ohana kumaki (The Official Scroll to th

        Est: €100 - €150

        Ôkyo, Maruyama (1733-1795) (after). Ohana kumaki (The Official Scroll to the Large Nose). N.pl., n.publ., n.d. (colophon unread; 1968), leporello, printed title, 2 sections w. tipped-on printed textlvs. and 10 sections w. tipped-on handcol. woodcut ills. after MARUYAMA ÔKYO, all on thin Japanese, orig. wr. w. title-piece, obl. folio. - Sm. stain on title-piece. = The illustrations partly of erotic nature.

        Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
      • MARUYAMA OKYO (1733-1795) FEROCIOUS TIGER (MOUKO ZU) 35.8 x 47.5 cm. (paint
        Dec. 05, 2017

        MARUYAMA OKYO (1733-1795) FEROCIOUS TIGER (MOUKO ZU) 35.8 x 47.5 cm. (paint

        Est: £50,000 - £70,000

        MARUYAMA OKYO (1733-1795) FEROCIOUS TIGER (MOUKO ZU) 35.8 x 47.5 cm. (painting only) 131 x 63.5 cm. (including silk and brocade mount)

        Christie's
      • MARUYAMA OKYO (1735 – 1795): LUCKY GOD EBISU WITH CARP
        Nov. 04, 2017

        MARUYAMA OKYO (1735 – 1795): LUCKY GOD EBISU WITH CARP

        Est: €1,800 - €3,600

        Ink and pain on silk. Japan, 18th cent. Ebisu, the patron of fishermen and one of the Shichi Fukujin, Japan’s Seven Lucky Gods, seated on a black rock, surrounded by sea waves. In one hand, he holds up a long fishing rod, in the other, a large tai, ocean carp. This image, painted with free, practiced brushstrokes sensitively depicts finely tuned facial features, smiling, as always, and slightly bearded with thick earlobes as are typical for the Lucky Gods. Of them, Ebisu is the only God of purely Japanese heritage and, as the “God of daily nourishment”, he was widely venerated. He was also the titular patron of merchants. In the bottom right-hand corner is the signature Heian 平 安 O-KYO 應 舉 and two red seals reading Okyo and Chusen, another of the artist’s names. Heian, literally “peace”, is a reference to an old name for Kyoto. Partially golden, silk-brocade mounting. Accompanying Japanese certificate from Oshin. Wooden box with an inscription reading “scene with Ebisu ...” and Maruyama Okyo fude. Condition report: Very good original condition. IMAGE 105,5 x 28,8 CM, ROLL 194 x 41,2 CM From a private German collection Expertise: Wolfmar Zacken

        Galerie Zacke
      • AFTER MARUYAMA OKYO (JAPANESE, 1733–1795) ROOSTER, 1773 Ink on paper: 16 x 21 1/4 in.
        Feb. 01, 2017

        AFTER MARUYAMA OKYO (JAPANESE, 1733–1795) ROOSTER, 1773 Ink on paper: 16 x 21 1/4 in.

        Est: $200 - $300

        AFTER MARUYAMA OKYO (JAPANESE, 1733–1795) ROOSTER, 1773 Ink on paper: 16 x 21 1/4 in. Lower right two seals

        Potomack Company
      • CROWS ON A BRANCH IN MOONLIGHT
        Oct. 15, 2014

        CROWS ON A BRANCH IN MOONLIGHT

        Est: £7,000 - £9,000

        Maruyama Okyo (1733 - 1795) Crows on a Branch in Moonlight Hanging scroll, ink on paper, dated kinoe-uma huyu sha [painted in winter, 1774], signed Okyo, sealed Okyo no in and Chusen; inscription by the poet Yokoi Yayu (1702-1783), sealed and signed nanaju-ku o Yayu [Yayu in his 79th year]; together with a certificate attested by the painter Kono Bairei (1844-1895) in May 1892; wood box with inscription 99 x 29cm. (excluding mount)

        Christie's
      • MT. FUJI, SEIKENJI, AND MIHO NO MATSUBARA
        Oct. 15, 2014

        MT. FUJI, SEIKENJI, AND MIHO NO MATSUBARA

        Est: £60,000 - £80,000

        Maruyama Okyo (1733 - 1795) Mt. Fuji, Seikenji, and Miho no Matsubara A pair of six-fold screens, sumi [ink] and sprinkled gold on paper, depicting Mount Fuji amongst clouds and mist, the landscape continuing onto the second screen, signed and sealed by the artist Each 153.5 x 372.2cm.

        Christie's
      • MARUYAMA OKYO: A FRAMED INK ON PAPER PAINTING "CHICKENS"
        Sep. 07, 2014

        MARUYAMA OKYO: A FRAMED INK ON PAPER PAINTING "CHICKENS"

        Est: $400 - $600

        The ink on paper painting framed in rectangular frames, depicting a rooster and a hen on the grass seeking food. Artist colophon, signature, and mark "Yuan Yingju" on the top right.

        California Asian Art Auction Gallery USA
      • FOUR JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS
        Jun. 20, 2014

        FOUR JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS

        Est: $200 - $300

        Japanese, group of four woodblock printed pages from books of reproductions of paintings by famous artists of the Edo period, Maruyama Okyo and Matsumura Goshun, prints datable to the late 19th century. Group of four pieces ranging in size from 15 x 20.5 inches, up to 28.25 x 14.75 inches.

        Dirk Soulis Auctions
      • TWO 19TH C.JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS
        Jun. 20, 2014

        TWO 19TH C.JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS

        Est: $100 - $150

        Japanese, group of two framed woodblock prints reproducing famous paintings by Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795), prints datable to the late 19th century. Two pieces that measure, including the frame, 28 x 16.25 inches each.

        Dirk Soulis Auctions
      • Circle of Maruyama Okyo (1733-95)- -Winter Landscape with Pine Trees
        Mar. 19, 2014

        Circle of Maruyama Okyo (1733-95)- -Winter Landscape with Pine Trees

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        Winter Landscape with Pine Trees A set of four fusuma-e re-mounted as a pair of two-panel screens of snow and pines; dated Temmei mizunoto-u shoshun (1783, early spring), signed Okyo , with two seals Okyo no in and Chusen 65 7/8 x 36 3/8in (167.2 x 90.2cm) [each panel]

        Bonhams
      • ATTRIBUTED TO OKYO MARUYAMA INK AND COLORS ON
        Jul. 17, 2013

        ATTRIBUTED TO OKYO MARUYAMA INK AND COLORS ON

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        ATTRIBUTED TO OKYO MARUYAMA INK AND COLORS ON PAPER SCROLL (Japan, 1733-1795) Seated Tiger. Image measures 40.5" x 18", overall 74" x 24", signed in calligraphy middle right and red chop mark. The scroll has ivory knobs and comes in a wood case marked Okyo Maruyama.

        O'Gallerie
      • Old Scroll, Maruyama Okyo (1733-95)
        Jul. 14, 2013

        Old Scroll, Maruyama Okyo (1733-95)

        Est: $300 - $500

        Old Scroll, Maruyama Okyo (1733-95)

        Vickers & Hoad
      • OKYO /MARUYAMA MASATAKA (Japanese, 1733-1796). MAPLE LEAVES, signed and sealed, ink and color on paper scroll.
        Nov. 13, 2010

        OKYO /MARUYAMA MASATAKA (Japanese, 1733-1796). MAPLE LEAVES, signed and sealed, ink and color on paper scroll.

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        OKYO /MARUYAMA MASATAKA (Japanese, 1733-1796). MAPLE LEAVES, signed and sealed, ink and color on paper scroll - Sight: 38 1/2 in. x 11 1/8 in.

        Sloans & Kenyon
      • Lot de : a - Ôkyo Maruyama (1733-1795) Ôkyo gafu ; Sous titre : Jinbutsu no bu Recueil de peintures de Ôkyo sous titre : chapitre de personnage 2 volumes complets,...
        Sep. 17, 2010

        Lot de : a - Ôkyo Maruyama (1733-1795) Ôkyo gafu ; Sous titre : Jinbutsu no bu Recueil de peintures de Ôkyo sous titre : chapitre de personnage 2 volumes complets,...

        Est: -

        Lot de : a - Ôkyo Maruyama (1733-1795) Ôkyo gafu ; Sous titre : Jinbutsu no bu Recueil de peintures de Ôkyo sous titre : chapitre de personnage 2 volumes complets,...

        Pierre Bergé & Associés
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