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EARLY CHINESE PAINTING ON SILK

EARLY CHINESE PAINTING ON SILK

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EARLY CHINESE PAINTING ON SILK - 18th c. or Earlier Large Framed Watercolor on Silk, depicting a procession of a Warlord down a mountain path from his palace at the summit, accompanied by guards, concubines, dancers and other performers, a man with a peacock on a platform cart and a child riding a blue-faced demon (!). In a later hand carved hardwood frame with brass hanger, OS: 44" x 30", SS: 40" x 26". Rippling, discolorong, scuffs, staining.

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EARLY CHINESE PAINTING ON SILK

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