|Pseudonym reading||Japanese language school|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||August 27, 1991|
|location||Oshu-shi Esashi-ku Ijiji-Mido|
114.5 cm in height.
Width 44.5 cm.
1.3 cm thick.
Era 9 years (1512).
Plate color coloring Put cedar board damaged up and down, put the flour ground, draw the reishi cloud on the upper side, draw the outline of the Buddha, light and seat, and write the outline of the right hand. Take a Buddha statue and draw a statue of St. Guan Yin, who sits in a rock at the Iwahana Lotus Place.
It can be seen as a Kannon sitting statue of Iwagami Shogun, or as a Kannon statue of a supplementary shrine, but it is rare as an iconographic image, and it is also valuable to be known for the production of Nagase 9 (1512) as a cedar board picture is there.
In the 16th century, it is in the time of the customs production of the Buddhist temple and the town painter, and it is the time when a large amount of ready-made products are available, but the main image is learning of Zen style Buddha paintings hanging a rose on lotus position After all, it is a valuable remnant even if it is a work in the prefecture, even if it sees from the example with few generations of today.
This board picture was used as a box board backplate of the present Honson St. Kannon, but it is stored separately after the discovery and has reached the present.