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Matsumura Keibun (1779 - 1843)

Matsumura Keibun (1779-1843)
A melon shaped brazier (Hibachi)
Signed with his initials
Grey crackled gohonde Kyoto ware, with a dark brown tetsu-e, iron oxide underglaze painting of pine coanes and needles, Ø 28.5 x 19

Keibun was the younger brother of Go Shun (1752-1811), the founder of the Shijô School. Go Shun had taken care of Keibun's education and after his death Keibun inherited his studio. From 1818 to his death Keibun was one of Kyoto’s leading artists and educated many talented pupils who became well-known artists.

Authorized by the Maruyama painter Okutani Shûseki (1871-1936)

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Authorized by the Maruyama painter Okutani Shûseki (1871-1936)

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Keibun was the younger brother of Go Shun (1752-1811), the founder of the Shijô School. Go Shun had taken care of Keibun's education and after his death Keibun inherited his studio. From 1818 to his death Keibun was one of Kyoto’s leading artists and educated many talented pupils who became well-known artists.

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