Japanese Zen Buddhist Tea Ceremony Scroll Painting, Enso with Poem, Hashimoto Shojo, Yagyuhotoku-ji Priest - JJ4JU52

Japanese Zen Buddhist Tea Ceremony Scroll Painting, Enso with Poem, Hashimoto Shojo, Yagyuhotoku-ji Priest - JJ4JU52

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Vintage from the 1960s

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Dimensions

Height: 48 Inches; Width: 24 Inches

Remarkable Japanese Zen tea ceremony scroll painting with enso, mid-20th century. The enso is a Zen symbol representing the circle of enlightenment, a moment when the mind is free to simply let the body/spirit create. Exceptional calligraphy, mineral ink on paper, whimsical composition and impression. The meaning of the poem is “Tradition is important, but what we do in the moment is even more valuable.” Handpainted by Hashimoto Shojo (1939-), a Yagyuhotoku-ji priest and pupil of Oda Sesso. Signed/sealed. Comes with inscribed kiri wood tomobako storage box. Very good condition. Dimensions: 48” x 24”.

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