Discussion in '日本語 (Japanese)' started by katie-, Jul 20, 2013.
I have tried everything I can to figure out what this says. Thanks so much for any help! Katie
Thank you for your help. I really appreciate it!
Oh, 松峰 is definitely more commonly read Shōhō. It is what I expect for the name of a painter, as it seems to be the case here.
I'm sorry, I didn't know about that painter.
Thank you, Flaminius!!
Just for the record, I don't know about the painter either. I am just saying 松峰 must be the signature of a painter. There is a stamp mark close to it. Stamps are usually put beside a signature indicating the authorship of a work.
Thank you, thank you so much! I have another piece that I am researching. This one is marked Nippon, but also has another mark that I cannot identify myself. I hope that my posts might be fun for you as well! Katie
錦光山造 (= made by Kinkōzan )
Separate names with a comma.