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BENRIDO Inc.

Address 302 Benzaiten cho Nakagyo-ku Kyoto, JAPAN ZIP:604-0093
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*Picture postcard [Important Cultural Property: Summer and Autumn Plants], By Sakai Hoitsu, TW-006 *
By Sakai Hoitsu, Edo period, 18th century (Lent by Tokyo National Museum)

This postcard is recommended not only as a seasonal letter to those close to you, but also as a room interior decoration.
Through the postcard, you can feel the arrival of early summer even in the palm of your hand.

Hoitsu Sakai
Born in Edo as the second son of the Sakai family, the feudal lord of the Himeji domain from 1761 to 1828. He was proficient in various arts including painting, haikai, and waka. He studied Kano painting, sketch painting, ukiyoe, Tosa school, Maruyama school, and many other styles, but he was deeply devoted to Ogata Korin, who became the founder of the Edo Rimpa school. He was deeply devoted to Ogata Korin and became the founder of the Edo Rimpa school. He left delicate, elegant and lyrical works. His representative works are [Heavy Folding Screen Painting of Summer and Autumn Plants] and [Flower and Bird of the Four Seasons].

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TW-006Heavily decorated folding screen with summer and autumn grasses
TW−006重文夏秋草図屏風
(2400000020066)
(2400000020066)

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Item added on: 2022/3/4
Dimensions
Size
21.0 x 9.0 cm
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Country of manufacture: Japan
Material / component: Paper
Printing Method
Offset
Product tag: None

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*Picture postcard [Important Cultural Property: Summer and Autumn Plants], By Sakai Hoitsu, TW-006 *
By Sakai Hoitsu, Edo period, 18th century (Lent by Tokyo National Museum)

This postcard is recommended not only as a seasonal letter to those close to you, but also as a room interior decoration.
Through the postcard, you can feel the arrival of early summer even in the palm of your hand.

Hoitsu Sakai
Born in Edo as the second son of the Sakai family, the feudal lord of the Himeji domain from 1761 to 1828. He was proficient in various arts including painting, haikai, and waka. He studied Kano painting, sketch painting, ukiyoe, Tosa school, Maruyama school, and many other styles, but he was deeply devoted to Ogata Korin, who became the founder of the Edo Rimpa school. He was deeply devoted to Ogata Korin and became the founder of the Edo Rimpa school. He left delicate, elegant and lyrical works. His representative works are [Heavy Folding Screen Painting of Summer and Autumn Plants] and [Flower and Bird of the Four Seasons].

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