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Mandarin Ducks and Bamboo

Size: 49.5cm by 34.5cm (19.49 in by 13.58 in) | Enlargement | Shipping Code: [XL] ?

Designer: Sakai Hoitsu

Era: Late Showa | Currency: $ / £ /

Price: ¥ 40,000$ 330.00£ 255.00€ 300.00 [Item has been sold]

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Description: This print is a woodblock reproduction of a screen painting from the early 1700s. It was made by the Tansei-sha company (from Kyoto) in the early 1980s, as part of a set of reproductions of classical paintings.

This was the 'bubble era' in Japan, when the streets were awash in cash. Projects that would - in more sensible times - have been not financially viable, were able to attract enough buyers to move forward, and Tansei-sha made the most of this opportunity. (As did the Momose Company, which made a large number of reproductions of paintings in the same period.)

A colorful mandarin duck is lovingly depicted in a serene winter landscape. Powdery snowfall is skillfully depicted using the spattering technique.


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