18 March 2008
Ike Taiga (1723-1776)
Chinese scholars enjoying a waterfall deep in the mountains
Sealed Kasho and Ike Mumyo in; poem transcribed by Ito Tosho (1773-1804) signed Tosho kan, sealed Jichu and two other seals
Hanging scroll; ink on paper
44 1/8 x 11in. (112 x 28cm.)
Suga Reinosuke (1883-1971), Tokyo
Kosugi Hoan, Tanaka Ichimatsu and Yamanaka Rankei, eds., Ike no Taiga sakuhinshu/The Works of Ike no Taiga (Tokyo: Chuokoron bijutsu shuppan, 1960), pl. 138.
Iijima Isamu and Suzuki Susumu, Taiga/Buson, vol. 12 of Suiboku bijutsu taikei (Collection of ink paintings) (Tokyo: Kodansha, 1973), pl. 30.
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