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A Japanese Iki-ningy? sculpture okimono of a fisherman
A Japanese Iki-ningy? sculpture okimono of a fisherman - Asian Art & Antiques Style
Ref : 82613
34 000 €
Period :
19th century
Provenance :
Japan
Medium :
Wood, Lacquer
Dimensions :
l. 19.69 inch X H. 18.5 inch X P. 11.81 inch
Asian Art & Antiques  - A Japanese Iki-ningy? sculpture okimono of a fisherman
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A Japanese Iki-ningy? sculpture okimono of a fisherman

A Japanese Iki-ningy? sculpture okimono of a fisherman holding an heavy wooden basket simulating bamboo woven with two large fishes.

The sculpture is attributable to Hananuma Masakichi (? ? ? ?, 1832-1895). He was a Japanese sculptor specializing in “iki-ningyo” or realistic dolls. Some of his works have been found in the American and British collections, particularly those of Robert Ripley and the Sheffield Museum.

Edo period mid 19th century

Sizes: 47 x 50 x 30 cm.

Condition report: good condition

Mastromauro Japanese Art

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