Kano Tsunenobu
【Two hanging scrolls of Tiger and Dragon】

This painting of a dragon and tiger is inspired by a passage from the "I Ching" that says, "When the dragon roars, clouds arise; when the tiger roars, wind is born." However, the tiger in this work appears to be lounging leisurely, more like a domestic cat than a ruler of the land. The dragon, having made its appearance, seems somewhat disconcerted by the tiger's demeanor, with an unfocused expression on its face.
Number
D-95
Art Work name
Two hanging scrolls of Tiger and Dragon
Artist
Kano Tsunenobu
Detail
Materials : ink on silk
wooden boxed
Size : W 37 × H 91 cm (Each image) ・ W 48.5 × H 175 cm (Each mount)
Condition: slightly stained / wormholes on the mount
Artist History
An artist of the Kano school in the early Edo period. His childhood name was Sanmi, and he was commonly known as Ukon and Nakami-no-kyo. He also used the pseudonyms Yoboku and Furukawa. He was the son of Takanobu, the founder of the Kobikicho Kano family, and became the second head of the family. After his father's death, he studied painting under his uncle Tanyu and served as an official painter for the shogunate. He was later granted the title of Hoin. He devoted himself to the study of ancient paintings, and the records of the paintings he appraised remain in the "Joshin Shukuzu." He passed away in Shotoku 3 (1713) at the age of 78.
Price
250,000yen

Kano Tsunenobu
【Two hanging scrolls of Tiger and Dragon】

This painting of a dragon and tiger is inspired by a passage from the "I Ching" that says, "When the dragon roars, clouds arise; when the tiger roars, wind is born." However, the tiger in this work appears to be lounging leisurely, more like a domestic cat than a ruler of the land. The dragon, having made its appearance, seems somewhat disconcerted by the tiger's demeanor, with an unfocused expression on its face.
Number
D-95
Art Work name
Two hanging scrolls of Tiger and Dragon
Artist
Kano Tsunenobu
Detail
Materials : ink on silk
wooden boxed
Size : W 37 × H 91 cm (Each image) ・ W 48.5 × H 175 cm (Each mount)
Condition: slightly stained / wormholes on the mount
Artist History
An artist of the Kano school in the early Edo period. His childhood name was Sanmi, and he was commonly known as Ukon and Nakami-no-kyo. He also used the pseudonyms Yoboku and Furukawa. He was the son of Takanobu, the founder of the Kobikicho Kano family, and became the second head of the family. After his father's death, he studied painting under his uncle Tanyu and served as an official painter for the shogunate. He was later granted the title of Hoin. He devoted himself to the study of ancient paintings, and the records of the paintings he appraised remain in the "Joshin Shukuzu." He passed away in Shotoku 3 (1713) at the age of 78.
Price
250,000yen


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