Syunso Jyosyu ” Noh Dancer “

ID 11662

Syunso Jyosyu

1751-1839

Zen Rinzai. The Myoshin-ji branch. The 470th abbot of Myoshin-ji. Jikou-ji, Awa,Tokushima. Enpuku-ji, Yawata Kyoto.

Painting of a Noh Dancer ( San-ba-so ). Active dance with light steps and KIMONO sleeves fluttering in the air. If you would like to share in this eternal pleasure, look at this San-ba-so ( Noh dance ).Syunso

 

Paper Dimension 114.8*44

Whole Dimension 205*47

Vertical silk mounting.Tea ceremony style. Sumi ink on paper little rough. 

 

Price 180,000JPY

 

Honorific name: Daikankosho Zenji. Pen name: Ryoen-shitsu, Ryuzan-shitsu, Unsho-so. Dharma transmission from Suio Genro who was Dharma heir to Hakuin Zenji. Also practiced Zen under Ranzan in the Kogetsu school and under Tengei, Daikyu and Reigen in the Hakuin school. He was skilled at Zen painting.