Search Results for 'motonobu'

Japanese Scroll, Painting of Zen Patriarch, Kano Motonobu School, 16th Century

Japanese scroll of a Zen patriarch in suiboku ink on paper, signed and sealed Kano Motonobu (1476-1559), possibly from his studio, Muromachi/Early Edo Period, 16th-17th century

scroll, 39 x 27 inches

scroll, 99.1 x 68.6 cm


Japanese Hanging Scroll, Early Kano School, Hogen Motonobu, Muromachi Period, 16th Century

Japanese hanging scroll, Kano school, 16th century, depicting a solitary song bird perched on a withered branch above snow-covered banana fronds, with a single urn-form seal [unclear], with a certificate of authenticity attributing the work to Hogen Motonobu (son of Kano Masanobu, the founder of the Kano school of painting), box with attribution written by Kohitsu (extensive restoration to upper left, wear, patched, remounted, scroll ends loose).

scroll, 45 inches

painting, 14.5 x 10 inches

scroll, 101.6 cm

Painting, 36.8  x 25.4 cm


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Appel, Karl

Aust, Carol

Bale, Charles Thomas

Bassano, Francesco

Beihong, Xu

Berchem, Nicholaes

Blatas, Arbit

Braque, Georges

Buffet, Guy

Calder, Alexander

Cezanne, Paul

Chagall, Marc

Chikubosai II

Cocteau, Jean

Col, David

Culter, Richard Vincent

Dali, Salvador

de Goya, Francisco

Denny, Gideon J.

Duboy, Paul

Eder, Gyula


Estivalet, Elizabeth

Fisher, HM


Hall, Robin

Huffington, Anita


Jenkins, George Washington

Kalf, Willem

Kleitsch, Joseph

Kuang, Ting Shao

Kusakabe, Kimbei


Loates, Bernard

Matisse, Henri

Miro, Joan

Motonobu, Kano


Patri, Giacomo

Picasso, Pablo

Renoir, Auguste

Rivera, Diego

Rouault, Georges

Shaoyou, Bao

Shinn, Everett


Storr, Paul

Ting, Walasse

Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de

Tobey, Mark

von Schneidau, Christian

Whistler, James

Wilms, Joseph


Yoshida, Hiroshi

Yuichi, Monden

Zuniga, Francisco

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