Lucky God Daikoku Kakemono

by Kyosai (1831 - 1889)

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Lucky God Daikoku Kakemono by Kyosai (1831 - 1889)

Original Kyosai (1831 - 1889) Japanese Woodblock Print
Lucky God Daikoku Kakemono

Comments - Terrific kakemono or vertical diptych of Daikoku, one of the Seven Lucky Gods, standing atop two straw-wrapped bales of rice. A man playing the shamisen and a chubby-cheeked, smiling beauty sit atop his shoulders, grinning with delight. Daikoku wears gray robes over white pants and a soft black cap, his magic mallet tucked at his side. A crane flies past a setting sun above, a symbol of good luck. A charming design with lively color and wonderful calligraphic line work.

Artist - Kyosai (1831 - 1889)

Image Size - 28 3/4" x 9 3/8" + margins as shown

Condition - Nice color and detail. Light crease near top edge.

Lucky God Daikoku Kakemono by Kyosai (1831 - 1889)
Lucky God Daikoku Kakemono by Kyosai (1831 - 1889)
Lucky God Daikoku Kakemono by Kyosai (1831 - 1889)