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Painting of a Big Catch / Masuda Shunkō - Tairyō no zu
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- Masuda Shunkō
A Japanese-style painter. In 1932, born in Osaka Pref. Member of the Shunkō Bijutsu-in. A frequent prize winner. Specialized in landscape paintings and bird-and-flower painting.
- 605mm x 1880mm
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- JPY 35,000
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- In stock
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It is an auspicious painting in which a large number of fishermen in a fundoshi (loincloth) are catching a large catch of fish. The fact that the fish that they are catching is a Tai (red snapper) is also interesting because the word “medetai (congratulation)” has a similar sound. This is a rare Kigan-zu (prayer painting) drawn by Masuda Shunkō in hopes of a big catch by fishermen. It is an energetic work that you can hear the joyful voices of fishermen who are making a big catch, and it is very interesting.