Maruyama Okyo (円山応挙): 1733-1795
Size: high 160cm, wide 38cm -Weight: 980g
Primary Material : Silk & FabricTechnique : HandpaintedRoller Ends : BoneBox : With Box
Object literature: Maruyama Okyo was one of the master painters of Japan's Edo period, born Maruyama Masataka, was a Japanese artist active in the late 18th century and is considered the most influential painter and teacher of the 18th century in Kyoto. A personal style of Western naturalism mixed with Eastern decorative design emerged, and Okyo founded the Maruyama school of painting.
One of his works was sold by Christie's for $1.105.000 (https://www.christies.com/en/lot/lot-4962205) and are displayed in many museums around the world.