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Essan Doshu

(1629 -  1709 )
DOSHU Essan Past And Present Are One Big Dream

Bonhams
Sep 14, 2016
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Essan Doshu - Past And Present Are One Big Dream

Essan Doshu - Past And Present Are One Big Dream

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ESSAN DOSHU (1629-1709)
Calligraphy: Past and Present are One Big Dream
Edo period (1615-1868), c. 1700
Hanging scroll, ink on paper; with calligraphy Kokon ichidaimu (Past present one big dream) signed Nangaku Essan sho (written by Nangaku Essan), with succession seal Rinzai seishu (The true Rinzai line) and calligrapher's seals Essan and Doshu no in (seal of Doshu)
Essan Doshu -  Five Characters  
Nankoku Fu Ko Bi

Essan Doshu - Five Characters Nankoku Fu Ko Bi

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Lot number: 346
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Essan Doshu (1629-1709)
17th century
Kakejiku
, in ink on paper, depicting five characters
NanKoku Fu Ko Bi
(Southern Valley, Scenic Beauty), rendered in apowerful, dynamic style of cursive writing,
sosho
; signed
Obaku Essan sho
with two seals
Essan
and
Doshu noin
; with wood storage box.
128.9cm x 28.7cm (50¾in x11¼in).
(2).
「南谷風光媚」 悦山道宗筆 一幅 紙本水墨 17世紀 Born in China, Essan Doshu travelled to Japan in 1657, and becamethe seventh abbot of Manpuku-ji, the temple of the Chinese Obakusect of Zen Buddhism. Manpuku-ji was built to house the Obaku priests who had emigratedto Japan after the fall of the Ming dynasty in 1644 and theestablishment of the Manchurian Qing dynasty (1644-1912). Built ina Chinese style, the temple functioned as a visible symbol ofChinese arts with its architecture, sculpture and painting.
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