Scroll Painting: "Red Bamboo" (#2)

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Artist Unidentified/unread
Title "Red Bamboo" (#2)
(given name)
Date Early to mid-Showa period, ca1930/50's.
Image Size Painting size: 13 x 38 3/4.
Technique Painting itself is colored inks on light tan silk.
Mounting Size Entire "kakejiku" (hanging scroll) is 18 1/2 x 71 overall.
Mounting Details Light tanish silk (artwork) mounted on patterned brownish-green silk with gold flower highlights; different light green silk used top and bottom; gold-patterned silk "ichimonji" brocade top/bottom; gold silk brocade hanging "futai" at top; composite end-pieced bottom roller.
Condition Very Good to Excellent.
(Faint scattered foxing--otherwise flawless. Quite clean. Nearly wrinkle-free, hangs nicely.)
Comments An attractively painted clump of four bamboo done in a dark reddish-orange--nicely mounted as a hanging scroll. A unique, truly one-of-a-kind artwork.
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Item # BG-525
Price $400 (Sold)