Japanese Hanging Scroll Sansui Landscape Haruki Nanko - XVIII-XIX Century
Size: High 138cm, wide 64cm, weight 390g
Primary Material : Paper
Technique : Handpainted
Roller Ends : Wood
Condition : Refer to all pictures
Object literature: Haruki Nanko (春木南湖 1759-1839) was a man of high taste, he was skilled in painting pictures of the South School of China. While staying in Osaka as a follower of Sessai, he is said to have been deeply influenced by Kenkado Kimura.