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- Ikeda Koson (池田 孤村) [1803-1868]
- A Hundred Turtles and a Hundred Cranes, a set of tree hanging scrolls「百亀百鶴図（三幅対）」
- 96.1 x 32.2cm
- With mounting
- 182.0 x 44.6cm
- Color on silk
- *With box.
*Former collection of □名丸藤田(Fujida ?namaru). ・On the painting of a hundred cranes: signature ｢孤邨三信寫｣ and stamp ｢三信」of the painter on the left bottom.
*On the painting of Mount Horai: signature ｢孤邨三信寫於舊松軒｣ and stamp ｢三信」｢久松軒｣ of the painter on the right bottom.
*On the painting of a hundred turtles: signature ｢孤邨三信寫｣ and stamp ｢三信」of the painter on the right bottom.
*Displayed in "Suzuki Kiitsu Standard.bearer of the edo rimpa school" Exhibition (jointly held by SUNTORY MUSEUM,HIMEJI CITY MUSEUM OF ART and HOSOMI MUSEUM, 2016) .
*This work was published in the magazine“bessatsutaiyo”№244.
*Ikeda Koson (1802-1867) is a painter of Edo Rinpa School living at the end of Edo Period.
He was one of the leading students of Sakai Hoitsu with his older colleague Suzuki Kiitsu.
He claimed to be one of the successors of Ogata Korin and he published a book on him, Shinsen Korin Hyakuzu in 1865.
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