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Bodhidharma / Kuzuya Seizan - Daruma
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- Kuzuya Seizan
A Japanese-style painter. In 1930, born in Gifu pref. Pupil of Tsubouchi Setsutarō; then Kojima Shikō, a member of the Nitten. Member of the Tōyō Bijutsu-kai. Specialized in flowers & birds paintings and figure paintings.
- 600mm x 1895mm
- Roller End Material
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- JPY 38,000
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It is said that Zen was introduced to China by Daruma (Bodhidharma) and was passed down in its original form to “Rokuso Enō”(sixth leader Enou). Zen was further divided into The Goke Shichishū of Zen (five sects and seven schools derived from the original Zen Buddhism) such as the “Rinzai-shū” and “Sōtō-shū” sects. It has also significantly influenced the course of development of Japanese religion in general. Emphasis is placed on Daruma in Zen, and sometimes the word “Soshi” (founder) is used to refer to him.
This work is a painting of Bodhidharma with gold paint on the black color background by Kuzuya Seizan. The Bodhidharma, painted with hasty but strong brushstrokes, illustrates full vitality, which demonstrates the artist’s skillful talent.