A framed Japanese scroll painting, ink on silk Hokusai school, Edo / Meiji period, Bold and impressive work by the school of Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) of a tiger emerging from the bamboo featuring superb brushwork in the fur and markings. Almost nobod
A Japanese Zenga Kakejiku / Zen scroll painting, signed, 18th/19th century, classic vertical scroll format of an abstracted scholar's staff, 124 x 27 cm. Provenance: the collection of a Curator & Collector, New South Wales
A Japanese hanging scroll by the 16th century artist Kano Tanyu, of a Rakan / Arahat Buddhist Saint, Kano Tanyu (1602 -1674) was one of the foremost Japanese painters of the Kano school. Tanyu's most famous works are probably those he produced for thes
Two finely painted Japanese hanging scroll paintings, , two birds on pine trees, unsigned, c. 1900 - 1940, two hawks, signed by Seigai, dated 1860. Provenance: Todd Barlin collection. 59 x 176 cm, 185 x 65 cm
Japanese school, 19th century, Peacock, ink and colour on silk, hanging scroll, Signed by the artist, with one seal of the artist, 32 cm x 100 cm. Provenance: From the collection of Lockwood de Forest II (1850-1932) and by descent to its current owner
Fine antique Japanese Shunga watercolour scroll, the long hand scroll with eleven paintings of couples in erotic positions, finely painted on silvered paper with red lacquer scroll handles brocade borders and gold leaf top section artists seals and calligr
Important antique Japanese hand scroll a chapter of the 'Lotus Sutra', lavishly decorated and written in gold on indigo-dyed paper, Shogun Tokugawa mon mounts Edo Period (1615-1868). 4.2 metres long x 276 mm wide. Provenance: Private Collection Sydney. The
A pair of Japanese scroll weights, Meiji period (1868-1912), the bronze shakudo weights with applied and inlaid copper, brass, gold and silver depicting in kebori engraving and dramatic relief two warriors on horseback; one marked to front, the other verso
A Japanese scroll with a lake and mountain scene with two fishermen, silk mount & original wood box. Condition: one bone terminal missing. Provenance: a gentlemen who lived in Japan first half of 20th century
A Japanese scroll painting of Daruma, ink and colour on paper, signed and sealed, framed and glazed, image size: 94.5 x 62.5 cm. Provenance: The Collection of the late William Bowmore OBE, Mossgreen MA101 lot 900, 24/11/08
A Japanese scroll with painted landscape, in original box. Meiji Period (1868-1911. Provenance purchased in Tokyo in 1946 by a Captain in 1st Cavalry Division being part of General MacArthur's occupation force and sold by a descendant. 220 cm high, 24 cm w
A Chinese hanging scroll, Ming Dynasty, Lin Liang, (c. 1416-1480), titled: tree 'Gu Shu'. Ink on silk, fine old Japanese silk mount, 'Takeyamachi', signed, two red seals, old Japanese paulownia wood box. 82 x 39 cm (painting), 166 x 46 cm (scroll). Provena
A large Japanese Buddhist altar, late 19th century, the rectangular case lacquered black and fitted with vertical doors hinged in two sections and inner latticed doors, all opening to reveal an elaborate altar with Amida Buddha and his attendants Kannon an
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