Hanging scroll - Paper - Musha samurai - 久隅守景 KUSUMI MORIKAGE Active 1620-1690, father of Kano Kiyohara Yukinobu - Two Samurai warriors on horseback in battle. including tomobako (wooden box) - Japan - 17th century
Wonderful, big kakejiku kakemono hanging scroll. Two Samurai Warriors on horseback in a battle, comes with a box.
Object literature: Kusumi Morikage was a Japanese painter of the Edo period. He came from Kaga Province. He fell afoul of his teacher, Kano Tan'yu, and became the Maeda clan's official painter. His sympathy for farmers and the poor people of the Edo period is reflected in his works.
Whole size : 71.3cm wide, 191.8cm high
Painting size : 51.9cm wide, 102.9cm high
Weight: 1530g, including box
Roller ends: Pottery
Condition: Antique items may have creases, stains or damage so please see photos.