Shorin-zu by Hasegawa Tohaku

Shorin-zu by Hasegawa Tohaku
Item# SUMIE001

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Shorin-zu by Hasegawa Tohaku
Hasegawa Tohaku, his masterpiece, “Pine Trees,” is considered to be the most important sumi-e painting in Japan’s art history.

Shorin-zu (Left)
Shorin-zu (Picture of Pine Trees) by Hasegawa Tohaku in Momoyama-era (1539-1610), 6 panels, set of 2, size: w. 356 cm (140”) X h. 156.8 cm (61.7”) each, National Treasure, Tokyo National Museum. Hasegawa was one of Japan’s best artists and also one of the world’s greatest painters. His masterpiece, “Pine Trees,” is considered to be the most important ink painting in Japan’s art history.
Shorin-zu (Left) KOK001
Shorin-zu (Right)
Shorin-zu (Picture of Pine Trees) by Hasegawa Tohaku in Momoyama-era (1539-1610), 6 panels, set of 2, size: w. 356 cm (140”) X h. 156.8 cm (61.7”) each, National Treasure, Tokyo National Museum. Hasegawa was one of Japan’s best artists and also one of the world’s greatest painters. His masterpiece, “Pine Trees,” is considered to be the most important ink painting in Japan’s art history.
Shorin-zu (Right) KOK002