Okimono - Bronze - By Tsugata Yuuma 都賀田勇馬 (1891-1981) - Tiger - Japan - ca. 1926-1950 (Showa period)
This is a top-grade casting bronze work, hand-made by Tsugawa Yuuma (1891-1981), a famous metal sculpture born in the Meiji period. It carves a naive tiger. The tiger's muscles and eyes adopt Abstract techniques. It is not realistic. It is the style of literati paintings in the Edo period. It has the ink-and-wash style of tigers. This kind of work is very rare. This style of tiger often appears in ink painting and Netsuke, so this kind of work is very rare. The bottom has the author's signature engraving, weighing 5710g, and it is perfectly preserved!
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- Manual Casting and Sculpture
- ca. 1926-1950 (Showa period)
- Region/ Country of origin
- Artist/ Maker
- Tsugata Yuuma (1891-1981)
- Title of artwork
- By Tsugata Yuuma 都賀田勇馬 (1891-1981) - Tiger
- Good condition, see description
- 20×14×13 cm