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Seven lucky gods
© Mori Seikaku

420: Seven lucky gods (Seikaku)

The seven lucky gods in a jolly mood, surrounded by the usual treasure and other auspicious items.

Left to right: Bishamonten, Indian god of war and treasure - Jurojin, Chinese god of longevity - Daikokuten, Indian god (Mahakala) of five cereals - Benzaiten, Indian goddess of the arts - Fukurokuju, Chinese god of wisdom - Hotei, Chinese god of happiness - Ebisu, Japanese god of commerce. An eclectic group...

No biographical details, but the artist Mori Seikaku specialises in animal and flower scroll paintings. He signs his work the traditional way, with the characters for his given (brush) name, Seikaku (lit. 'nest of the crane') and a seal of the same.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

Permanently unavailable
An Epoch puzzle: 420 pieces; 52 x 18 cm (20" x 7")
Code: E52113 (52-113 on box)
Retail price ¥1800

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