Entu’u Dojyo ” Wang Wei poem “

ID :12043

Entu’u Dojyo

1643-1727

Obaku section  

Komyo-ji in Wakayama. Eizen-ji.

 

An exquisite stream of Han river is out of this world ( Wang Wei ; 王維 ). HoJyu Entsu’u.

 

Paper Dimension 119*28.6

Whole Dimension 201*31

Condition Paper Fine, Mounting Good

Box Paulownia

 

Price 150,000JPY

Pen name Entu’u, Honorific name Dojyo. Born in wakayama. He studied under Dokutan Syokei at Horin-Ji temple in Shizuoka and he was granted certification of enlightment from Dokutan in his 33 years old. He re-founded Jikou-Ji at Wakayama. Then Kosen summoned him to assign a chief abbot of Kensyu-Ji when Kosen go to Kaga to found Kensyu-Ji temple. Afterward, he founded Tokugan-Ji, Kan’non-Ji. He lived in seclusion in Kenkan-In once but  he returned to Eizen-Ji in Wakayama as a abbot of the temple. He wrote ” Entsu’u Zenji Goroku “,” Sanzen Yoroku “. He died at the age of 84 in 1726.

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