Painting by Ikegami Shuho (1874-1944).
Japanese style painter. Studied under Araki Kampo. Also studied the paintings of the Nanga school. Exhibited at the Bunten; frequently received prizes and special recognition. A juror for the 1933 Imperial Exhibition (Teiten). His paintings, generally Kachoga (flowers and birds) in mixture of Shijo and Nanga styles.
Painting on silk, mounted as a Kakejiku, hanging scroll.
Size of painting: 72 cm X 171 cm
Size of mounted scroll: 88 cm X 235 cm
- Certificate of authenticity of this painting from the art expert Bijutsu Gorakubu ( Description of the painting, signed by a specialist of Japanese style paintings of the Bijutsu Gorakubu, sealed and dated in 1973).
Note: Exhibited his work at the St.Louis Exposition in 1904.