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School of Tani Buncho (Japanese, 1763-1841), Peacock, ink and color on silk, bearing signature and seal upper left

School of Tani Buncho (Japanese, 1763-1841), Peacock, ink and color on silk, bearing signature and seal upper left

Product Description:

Japanese scroll painted on silk, centered on brocade fabric, picturing peacocks and botanical decoration, doweling at top and bottom and hanger cord still in place, but minus decorative scroll ends on bottom

Condition:

Missing some decorative scroll ends on the bottom. Three water stains appear faintly on the top right of the scroll on the beige brocade. The painting appears to be in good condition with no damage to it. Please contact cataloging@lofty.com for specific condition questions.

Provenance:

A diplomatic gift given to the father of the current owner who was a surgeon and medical director of the first western hospital to open in Japan after the war. Current owner resided there from 1949-1956, and again in the early 1960's. The hospital served the Japanese public, Americans, and embassy staff and diplomats from around the world.

 

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SKU: 01tj0000002eYqWAAU

 
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