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Giant Daruma, ca. 1751-1764 by Ito Jakuchu || Zen ink painting

Giant Daruma, ca. 1751-1764 by Ito Jakuchu || Zen ink painting

Soga Shokaku Daruma by the Kyoto painter Soga Shohaku (1730-1781). While Shohaku sometimes produced paintings of the greatest care and precision, he also worked in a freer style.    Shohaku’s sprawling inscription informs us that the work was painted in a drunken state. The attitude is consistent with a Zen value of freedom from restraint, which is seen in many eighteenth-century works from Kyoto. The painting is about four feet tall, and it was probably painted with a large straw brush.

Soga Shokaku Daruma by the Kyoto painter Soga Shohaku (1730-1781). While Shohaku sometimes produced paintings of the greatest care and precision, he also worked in a freer style. Shohaku’s sprawling inscription informs us that the work was painted in a drunken state. The attitude is consistent with a Zen value of freedom from restraint, which is seen in many eighteenth-century works from Kyoto. The painting is about four feet tall, and it was probably painted with a large straw brush.

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Sekiri Daruma 隻履達磨  One Shoe Daruma  By Hakuin Ekaku 白隠慧鶴  (1685-1768). Ink on Paper  H 126.4 cm, W 56 cm

Sekiri Daruma 隻履達磨 One Shoe Daruma By Hakuin Ekaku 白隠慧鶴 (1685-1768). Ink on Paper H 126.4 cm, W 56 cm

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