Merchandise NO 3-51           

Uekawa Kisui

Price 18,000 YEN

        Uekawa Kisui (1748|1817)

               A psychologist in the late Edo period.
               He learned from the psychologist Toan Teshima,
               and after the death of his teacher he became the owner of Meirinsha III.
               Shingaku, which was founded by Ishida Baigan,  
               has been developed with the progress of indoctrination activities.
               It was necessary to improve the ideological system, and in that situation,
               Kisui made the theory of shingaku by Cheng-Zhu school.
               His books include "Yonsho Ruikan" (1780) and "Shingaku Shoden-nozu".

Main Paper B=26.5cm H=101.0cm
Mounting Paper B=28.5cm H=185.0cm
Box Signatureless
cedar box included.
Artwork is in good condition.
There are a small insect hole
on main and mounting.
(But,they are not conspicuous.)

Signatureless cedar box