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Lot 390: YAMAMOTO BAIITSU (1783 – 1856): LANDSCAPE IN CHINESE STYLE

Est: €1,000 EUR - €1,500 EURPassed
Galerie ZackeJune 03, 2017Vienna, Austria

Item Overview

Description

Painting with ink and colours on paper. Japan, 1st half of 19th cent.

This scroll in horizontal format, which was not intended to be hung up as a kakemono but unrolled from hand to hand, offers a sansui landscape in Chinese style with rocks, gnarled pine trees, a lake and huts. Baiitsu deliberately painted this work in a “rugged style” with short, partly pointillist-appearing brush strokes, very much to the effect of the bleak landscape. In the left as well as right upper parts of the painting are blocks of text written in various writing styles, one of them is more comprehensive. On the outer left among other annotations is the signature BAI-ITSU 梅逸 and a red seal. Baiitsu, who intensively studied Chinese painting, was even promoted in rank to a samurai within his principality. Scroll mounting partly with gold hirame, box included.

PAINTING SIZE 25 x 159 CM, SCROLL 29,3 x ca. 260 CM

Expertise: Wolfmar Zacken

From an Austrian collection

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Auction Details

Pre-Summer Auction: Asian Art

by
Galerie Zacke
June 03, 2017, 03:00 PM CET

Mariahilferstraße 112/1/10, Vienna, Vienna, 1070, AT

Terms

Buyer's Premium

26.4%

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abroad, postage fees will also be
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another carrier (whose commissioning the customer s
hall agree to by submitting a
purchase order), the goods shall be transported at
the risk of the customer. Should
the customer so wish, the auctioned goods may be in
sured to the value of the
purchase price (highest bid and surcharge). Such in
surance shall cost 3% of the
purchase price. For purchase prices in excess of 350 euros per auction,
transportation insurance shall be arranged by the C
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