Lot 920. Yamaoka Tesshû

Starting price:€ 500
Auction date:07.12.2017   10:30
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Lot 920Yamaoka Tesshû
Yamaoka Tesshû JAPAN (1836 - 1888)
140 x 40 cm
calligraphy with a sense saying to the Teezermonie: 'Matsu jin cha ro hyaku ryo yî' , the spruce wood is consumed in the stove for the tea. All my Worries fade away. Ink on paper, signed and sealed.
Yamaoka Tesshu was the son of a Shôgunatsbeamten and the daughter of the Shintôpriesters from the Kashima Shrine. He was a famous figure in the public life as a swordsman, calligrapher, and Hedonist. He took over after the fall of the Shôguns the responsibility for peace and security in Tokyo, was a close Confidante of the Meiji Emperor, and taught in combat sports. As a calligrapher, he went down in history as one of the Meiji-San-shu. (There were three famous calligraphers of the time; whose Name -shu (ship) is to be ended.) He wrote in the sense of a Zen-doctrine of his time, deliberately illegible, in order to increase the understanding of the required effort - a kind of Meditation in front of the calligraphy. His works are now sought after in Japan. - Provenance: From an old collection of a German scholar - Minim. rubbed, partial light fold, slightly rest., as a hanging scroll mounted with knobs made of wood, wood box

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