Japanese Hanging Scroll Okada Beisanjin XVIII - XIX Century
Size: High 158cm, wide 36cm, weight 270g
Primary Material : Paper
Technique : Handpainted
Roller Ends : Wood
Condition : Refer to all pictures
Object literature: Okada Beisanjin (1744 – 1820), was a notable bunjinga painters. The Japanese term bunjinga refers to a style of painting produced by literati. While Beisanjin employed a variety of styles in his paintings, his later works are characterized by forceful brushstrokes that create unusual forms and give texture to his images. His works are displayed in many museums like the Metropolitan in New York and the British in London.