C1898

Kurumazo (The Monk in a Carriage and the Tengu).

Artist:

Tsukioka Kogyo (1869 - 1927)

Scene from the series &quotNogaku zue&quot (Pictures of Noh theatre). The scene shows the monk seated on a large, red wheeled rickshaw with the Tengu standing close, holding his large feathered fan concealing his face. The tengu were considered heavenly … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Kurumazo (The Monk in a Carriage and the Tengu).

Date:

C1898

Artist:

Tsukioka Kogyo (1869 - 1927)

Condition:

In good condition

Technique:

Image Size: 

330mm 
x 225mm
AUTHENTICITY
Kurumazo (The Monk in a Carriage and the Tengu). - Antique Print from 1898

Genuine antique
dated:

1898

Description:

Scene from the series &quotNogaku zue&quot (Pictures of Noh theatre). The scene shows the monk seated on a large, red wheeled rickshaw with the Tengu standing close, holding his large feathered fan concealing his face. The tengu were considered heavenly creature. Beginning in the 13th century, tengu were depicted in the yamabushi’s distinctive costume, which includes a small black cap and a pom-pommed sash. The drama is displayed through the attention to detail in the creation of the costumes as depicted in the wood engraving. The elaborate nature of the fabric’s patterning, texture and layering is portrayed by Kogyo often incorporating the use of gold and silver pigments and gauffrage (embossing). Publisher: Matsuki Heikichi.

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