Crane Groups-Herds
 The Herd of Cranes of Crane families,  features strongly in Japanese art and we have some of the very best quality representation of these

 

   

 

 


Three Cranes on Beach with Rising Sun c 1950

The beautiful specially created  box is made with Antique embroidered silk, silver and
gold thread of Cranes in flight.

185


 

 

2: Five cranes on a rock:  77.5x23.6.

Artist name : Miyata Yodo, (seal also says Yodo and the signature is Yodo) (when reading it the o is extended) 1930

Miyata Yodo was born  on the 33rd year of Meiji (1900) was trained under Ikegami Shuhou, who did research in the Northern and Southern style paintings and was a student of Araki Kanpo. Miyata Yodo lived in Tokyo Komagome Sendagi district for artist's entire life. The works are considered to be representative of early Showa period Japanese art (1926-1940). 

Five is an important number in Japan and has connections with the five elements. Odd numbers are favoured in Japanese culture except for the number eight. 

 

 Recently restored, this old painting has been wonderfully mounted onto new silks with original scroll ends.This amazing scroll comes with a special scroll box covered in crane embroidered Kimono silk from the same period. Many of the crane scrolls will have these specially made Crane boxes which are all a work of art in themselves.  Five Cranes by Miyata Yodo 395

 

This Scroll of Fuji with cranes is in the art deco style and dates from the 1930's

What is lovely about this painting is the composition which uses a traditional subject but then makes gives a more modern twist to the design. Yes there are five cranes which is perfectly correct in the structure but the placement under the graphically designed Fuji painted in the unusual but attractive colours makes this a really special scroll that is suitable for any modern home.

71.4cm by 123.3cm 28.1 by 48.5.inches It comes with a box and is 195.The size
also makes this perfect for a Bonsai exhibition 


4: Shoei painted this lovely scroll Cranes in Rising Sun 1950

A short scroll suitable for Bonsai display it is 53x24 and comes with a box,

180 including Post

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3: A Herd of Cranes fly under Mount Fuji

STUNNING OLD VINTAGE SIGNED MASTER PAINTING
DEPICTING RED CRESTED CRANES OR JAPANESE
TSURUS IN FLIGHT WITH THE MAJESTIC Mt. FUJI IN THE BACKGROUND .

THE PAINTING IS SIGNED WITH ARTIST'S ( KISHIMOTO ) SIGNATURE
COMES WITH THE ORIGINAL SIGNED WOODEN STORAGE BOX WITH
THE ARTIST'S SEAL IN RED INK AND DATED SHOWA 41 OR 1966 AD .

SIZE : THE SCROLL MEASURES 26" WIDE X 55 1/2" LONG , THE
ACTUAL PAINTING IS 20 1/4" WIDE X 17 3/4" HIGH

The term Herd is applied to a group of cranes.

Measurements : 72.5cm by 141.5cm / 28.5" by 55.7"
Material of the roller ends : Bone.
Technique : Hand painted on Paper.

350 ($500) with original box.

 

5: (5/1, 5/2, 5/3 5/4)     

Crane family in Pine                                                            2 Crane family in Pine      3 Crane family in Pine     4 Crane family in Pine

The artist is Linyuan.

Linyuan is a famous artist from Changsha, Hunan Province, He graduated from Shanghai College. The subject of his paintings form a wide-range. His paintings are vivid and colourful, and contain very pure Chinese style of painting. He is very popular in China.  The scrolls were created in 2000.

These are magnificent scrolls fully mounted on silk with hardwood ends.

Painting size is 54 inches long by 27 inches wide

Scroll size: 74 inches long

 150  Including post.

These Scrolls comes with a hand made Scroll box  and covered with antique (19th century) Japanese  crane embroidered silk.

Cranes are very auspicious birds in both Japanese and Chinese culture and many Japanese homes will have a Chinese picture of Cranes. Cranes mate for life and are extremely loving birds. I have four of these larger scrolls by this famous Chinese Artist. Please state second choice when ordering

All are with Antique Crane embroidered silk covered Boxes and Name Plaques in engraved Brass with the artists name and composition. A truly unusual and lovely gift

 

6; Herd of Cranes-1000 Cranes  painted in 1920 180

 

 

From ancient times in Japan, it has been a custom to dedicate the 1000 origami cranes to the family  shrine.

These days, people bring the Thousand Cranes to shrines in order to wish for happiness, success, and peace; or to pray for their favourite sports team. Giving a scroll in enhancement of these good wishes