Robert Mangold has been working with Japanese antiques since 1995 with an emphasis on ceramics, Paintings, Armour and Buddhist furniture.
Miwa Chosei Post-war Japanese Art Scroll
Please refer to our stock # L021 when inquiring.
Architectural bones with swatches of shadow form the climbing landscape of this post-war work by important artist Miwa Chosei. Ink on paper it has been freshly mounted in a suitable cloth border dark lacquered wooden rollers accentuating the painting. It is 47 x 105 cm (18-1/2 x 41-1/2 inches) in excellent condition.
Miwa Chosei (1901-1983) was born in Niigata prefecture, the son of a Western Style (oil) painter. He was sent to Kyoto to study at the age of fourteen, where he would graduate the Kyoto Municipal School of Arts (Mod Kyoto University of Fine Art). He entered the tutelage of Domoto Insho, a progressive and very talented young artist at that time. His work was first accepted into the Teiten (mod Nitten) in 1927, and he would subsequently be awarded there for the first time in 1934. He became the lead student at Insho’s school from its establishment. He was an important member of the progressive movement in the post war years.
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