Suzuki Kiitsu

Suzuki Kiitsu

Suzuki Kiitsu

Suzuki Kiitsu (1796-1858)

Dragon Ascending the Summit of Mt. Fuji

hanging scroll, sumi ink on silk; signed Seisei Kiitsu, with artist's seal Shukurin, early 19th century

painting: 36 by 13 1/4 in., 91.5 by 33.5 cm
overall: 68 1/8 by 20 1/8 in., 173 by 51.2 cm

Provenance:
Ex. Robert Enquist Collection, New York
Ex. Anne Van Biema Collection, New York

Comparisons:
Murashige Yasushi, Kobayashi Tadashi, eds., Rimpa Painting, Shokosha Art Books, 1992, Volume 5, no. 106, Rising Dragon by Suzuki Kiitsu, private collection
Teramoto, John, Japanese Masterworks: Paintings from the Indianapolis Museum of Art, published in conjunction with a traveling exhibition in Japan, 2004-2005, p. 151, no. 56, and cover

$32,000

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August 4, 2020

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