Japanese Mt Fuji painting by Taikan Yokoyama (1868‐1958) Nihonga Master, white and black landscape, Otsuka company's edition.
Japanese Mt Fuji painting by Taikan Yokoyama (1868‐1958) Nihonga Master, white and black landscape, Otsuka company's edition.
Japanese Mt Fuji painting by Taikan Yokoyama (1868‐1958) Nihonga Master, white and black landscape, Otsuka company's edition.
Japanese Mt Fuji painting by Taikan Yokoyama (1868‐1958) Nihonga Master, white and black landscape, Otsuka company's edition.
Japanese Mt Fuji painting by Taikan Yokoyama (1868‐1958) Nihonga Master, white and black landscape, Otsuka company's edition.
Japanese Mt Fuji painting by Taikan Yokoyama (1868‐1958) Nihonga Master, white and black landscape, Otsuka company's edition.
Japanese Mt Fuji painting by Taikan Yokoyama (1868‐1958) Nihonga Master, white and black landscape, Otsuka company's edition.
Japanese Mt Fuji painting by Taikan Yokoyama (1868‐1958) Nihonga Master, white and black landscape, Otsuka company's edition.
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Japanese Mt Fuji painting by Taikan Yokoyama (1868‐1958) Nihonga Master, white and black landscape, Otsuka company's edition.

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Japanese painting by Yokoyama Taikan (1868‐1958), Japanese master of Nihonga. A white and black Mt Fuji landscape, a high valued reproduction by the first-class replica and restoration company: Otsuka Takugesha.

It is a beautiful replica of an important Japanese masterpiece of the 20th century. This hand-painted shikishi is a special art printing, finishing with real mineral pigments. With outstanding printing techniques and paintings.

The gorgeous and aged texture has been reproduced in a delicious and beautiful manner. It truly is a gem of an artistically valued reprint painting, the paint uses the same Japanese rock paint as the original, it produces the texture and rich color expression.

Each piece is carefully colored and made by hand by top-class Japanese craftsmen from The first-class reproduction and restoration company Otsuka Takugesha. The company stamp is on the back of the Shikishi.

Taikan Yokayama signature and red seal are on the painting.

Yokoyama Taikan (1868‐1958).

Yokoyama Taikan was born in Ibaraki Prefecture. After studying Japanese painting at the Tokyo Fine Art School, he helped establish the Japan Art Institute. He dedicated himself to the creation of new Japanese painting techniques. Making full use of his English skills, Taikan actively held exhibitions in many foreign countries, in India, Europe and the United States. Through the experience, in 1914, he renewed the Japan Art Institute.

He received the first Order of Culture, and was a leader of the Japanese art world for a long time. Otsuka Takugesha printing company: In the middle of the Taisho era, in 1918, Minoru Otsuka, the founder of Otsuka Takugesha, founded "Kogega" by making full use of photoengraving and printing technology, advocated by Taikan Yokoyama one of the most famous Japanese painters. Its characteristic is that it is printed by photoengraving using the same material and material as the original picture, and further, a professional painter hand-colors it with pigments and ink and carefully finishes each piece, which can be said to be a reproduction picture. The result will be close to that of a true brush.

Otsuka Takugesha handles 500 "Takugei paintings" by about 130 artists, including modern Japanese paintings by Masakuni Hashimoto, Taikan Yokoyama, Kawai Gyokudo, and Hishida Shunsou, Sesshu, Musashi's ink painting, and Ryokan's book.

Dimensions: H: 27 cm (10.6"). W: 24 cm (9.4").

Condition: This printed painting is in very good condition with little small flaws.

Please look at the pictures to assess the condition. Please note that it is sold UNFRAMED and will be a wonderful candidate for framing and display.

I'm happy to answer any questions (vous pouvez aussi me contacter en Français :)) I will send it well packed with a tracking number (DHL express shipping).

⭐ If you wish to purchase more than one item, please contact me, before purchasing, with a list of the items you are interested in, I will be happy to offer you the best price possible.

🎁 All items are wrapped with a beautiful Japanese fabric at no extra cost.