Jurojin and Deer in an Enchanted Land

Kawai Gyokudō1917

Tachibana Museum

Tachibana Museum
Fukuoka-ken, Japan

According to the management note of the Tachibana family, this triptych of hanging scrolls was a gift for the celebration of the 14th Tachibana Tomoharu’s 60th birthday in 1917. Jurojin is a god of longevity so that it is a suitable present for the 60th birthday.
The painter, Gyokudo, was good at landscape painting. In this painting, he depicts the enchanted land full of mysterious profundity.


  • Title: Jurojin and Deer in an Enchanted Land
  • Creator: Kawai Gyokudo
  • Date Created: 1917
  • Physical Dimensions: Center: 163.5 x 55.9 cm; Left: 163.0 x 56.7 cm; Right: 163.1 x 56.8 cm
  • Type: Painting

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