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Japanese Silk Painting of Deer at Temple Meiji Period

Japanese Silk Painting of Deer at Temple Meiji Period

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A delicate and highly detailed painting of a pair of deer at a temple bridge that has a very Japanese aesthetic.
A rectangle of silk has been painted with a design of a pair of deer resting on an arched bridge with a forest in the background. The painting has open space and asymmetry.  The deer are very finely painted with even details of the fur.
The silk has been framed on a black stained wood frame (probably the original) with cardboard backing. There is a little brass loop at the top for hanging. The artwork is unsigned.
12” (30.4 cm) x 10 ¾” (27.3 cm) x ¾” (1.9 cm) thick. Weighs 1 lb 0.2 oz (460 g)
The silk picture has no rips or tears. It does have some fine creases and wrinkles; it is only wrapped around the cardboard and not fastened tightly. The black stain on the frame has worn off in many places. The edge of the silk is exposed on the back where it was wrapped around the cardboard.
A very old, framed silk painting that has much artistry. It has age and richness.

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