Hanging scroll - Silk and Antler Axle Head - Yukinohaha to ko 雪の母と子 (Mother and Children in Snow) - With signature and seal 'Kason' 華邨 - Japan - 1908 (Meiji period)

Description
Hanging scroll - Silk and Antler Axle Head - Yukinohaha to ko 雪の母と子 (Mother and Children in Snow) - With signature and seal 'Kason' 華邨 - Japan - 1908 (Meiji period)
Good condition, see description - 42×39×1 cm

Hanging scroll - Silk and Antler Axle Head - Yukinohaha to ko 雪の母と子 (Mother and Children in Snow) - With signature and seal 'Kason' 華邨 - Japan - 1908 (Meiji period)

This work is a hand-painted color ink figure painting, which was created in 1908. The author describes an ancient woman walking in the snow with two children. This is an allusion. They are now taking them to escape in the snow to avoid the pursuit of the enemy. It is said that the two children became generals in ancient Japan, and then revenge their mother! This work is well preserved and slightly polluted. Please refer to the original picture!

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In addition, due to the buyer's personal reasons (travel) did not receive the goods were returned, the postage required to be re-mailed by the buyer to bear!

Lot details
Object
Hanging scroll
Technique
Hand-painted color ink painting
Material
Silk and Antler Axle Head
Period
1908 (Meiji period)
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Artist/ Maker
Kason
Attribution
Original
Title of artwork
Yukinohaha to ko 雪の母と子 (Mother and Children in Snow) - With signature and seal 'Kason' 華邨
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
42×39×1 cm
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