Edo eagle 1700s

US$1,400

Description:

Antique Japan Washi eagle painting on paper 1700s Japan falconry art craft.

Antique Japanese painting of Washi 鷲 eagle. Sumi ink, water pigments and Fude brush technique, very powerful energy from the eagles depiction, detailed representation of feathers and dynamic water waves from back ground waterfall. The paper seems to be originally made for sliding panel and restored on to a scroll in early 1900s in order to preserve it. Signed by Oiwa Immediately usable art history Japanese art.

Period: mid 1700s painting Edo era, scroll support 1900s. Scroll exterior reports date 1738 (II year of Genbun era) and name Oiwa (been on exterior of scroll can not be taken as 100% correct)

Dimensions: L 190 W 70 cm, L 75 W 27/2 inch.  Total weight 0.400 Kg + wrapping

Conditions: good, some wear marks from time and long exposure. Please see photos.

Materials: paper, wood, silk

weight: 2.10 (kg)
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