Merchandise NO 1A-16          


   Monsui Ise 
     / Noh (Tsurukame)

                    Price 20,000 YEN                  


Monsui Ise (1859- ? )


 Monsui Ise (1859- ? ) An artist/merchant born in Nagoya
 in the later portion of the Edo period.
 His real name was Uemon Mizuno, but he was later called Iseya.
 He was a self-taught artist and painted Traditional Japanese
 scenes very well.
 This particular painting is characteristic of his style.
 The dancers in the paintings are doing "Noh" theater
 (a kind of slow Japanese dance/recitation using fans and masks).

Main painting Paper B=31.0cm H=113.0cm
Mounting Silk B=43.0cm H=194.0cm
Box Original signed
wood box included.
Artwork is in good condition
with some light creasing.
with slight foxing on under mounting.
(But,they are not conspicuous.)



Original signed
Paulownia box