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KYO SCN112Edo period Japanese Sumie Carp Screen by Onishi Chin-Nen.
A two-panel Sumie (black ink painting) screen of 2 carps in a pond signed by Onishi Chin-Nen (1781-1851).

Chin-Nen was a government official under Tokugawa shogunate who loved to paint, and studied Maruyama-style painting under Watanabe Nangaku, and Tani Bucho. Famous for Sumie especially for painting carps and turtles.

It has been re-maounted on silver frame.
It is in good condition.

Size: W 5'9" (174cm), H 5'8" (171.5cm)
Location: Kyoto warehouse
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Price: $975.00


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