KAWANABE KYOSAI JAPANESE MEIJI ERA SUMI-E INK

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The late Edo to Meiji period painter Kawanabe Kyosai(1831-1889), Japanese, nicknamed “Ga-ki”, literally painting demon. This circa 1886 Sumi-e ink drawing measures 5x7 inches, framed 24x12 inches. Title: Lucky Lady OlaFuFu. In good condition with age appropriated fade to the ink.

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This item is part of AUGUST MILITARY & FINE ART AUCTION
 Wednesday, Aug 18, 2021 | 9:00 AM  Eastern
 
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KAWANABE KYOSAI JAPANESE MEIJI ERA SUMI-E INK
KAWANABE KYOSAI JAPANESE MEIJI ERA SUMI-E INK
Lot number: 6012
Seller: Affiliated Auctions & Realty
Event: AUGUST MILITARY & FINE ART AUCTION
Ends: Wednesday, August 18 | 9:00 AM  Eastern

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