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Munakata

Shiko Munakata

1903-1975

The 'Rice Bale Flask' Princess (the fence of...)
(Hyoko Hi no saku)

signed in pencilled kanji, Shiko and in pencilled English Munakata Shiko, with artist's pine needle symbol and two seals Shi and Ko and a smudge of red seal ink (with fingerprint); and with woodblock printed certificate of authenticity: Kantei Toroku Sho; Munakata Shiko Kantei Iinkai; hand-numbered 8905, inscribed Munakata Shiko Saku and titled, Hyoko hi no saku, with two seals, Munakata Shiko Kantei Iinkai and Munakata Kai -?-, ca. 1959 (blocks carved)

22 by 28 cm

price: Sold

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