EARLY JAPANESE SILK SCREEN PAINTING SIGNED BY ARTIST!

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 05,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
THIS PAINTING WAS PURCHASED AT AN ESTATE SALE WHEN THE HOUSE WAS BEING CLOSED. THE ELDERLY WIFE TOLD ME IT WAS A GIFT BROUGHT BACK BY SOME FRIENDS FROM JAPAN. IT IS VERY DIFFERENT. I RECEIVED TWO OF THESE SILK SCREEN PAINTINGS. THIS ONE IS A GEISHA GIRL WITH A RED KIMONO AND GREEN UMBRELLA. THE BACK OF THE FRAME IS METAL WHICH IS THE WAY THEY DID T CANVAS WHEN PAINTING. IT HAS A DARK GOLD FRAME. IT IS A NICE SIZE FOR HANGING 151/2 INCHES WIDTH AND 181/2 INCHES IN DEPTH. IT IS OLD PROBABLY SHE SAID IN THE 30'S OR 40'S. IF YOU LOVE ORIENTAL ART WORK THEN YOU SURE WILL LIKE THIS NICE PIECE. IF I WAS A COLLECTOR OF ORIENTAL I WOULD DEFINITELY KEEP IT BECAUSE I DOUBT IF YOU COULD FIND ONE SIGNED THIS OLD AND KNOW THAT IT WAS DONE BY THE ARTIST IN JAPAN. HIGH BIDDER IS TO PAY WITH BY PAYPAL , CASHIER'S CHECK OR MONEY ORDER. DON'T LET THIS ONE PASS YOU BY! PLEASE LOOK AT THE PICTURES.

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