A Young Woman in Korean Traditional Costumes, Han-Bok : $3,800.
Korean, early 1900s or earlier, Signed A-Hoo, “我 后”
This Young woman holding a pigeon under a wisteria with dressing Korean traditional white color costumes, wearing colored rubber shoes and being a typical Korean traditional hairdo with a jade hairpin, painted in ink and color on silk, and mounted with a silk fabric. This scroll painting is painted so realistically and exquisitely done with details of Han-Bok, pigeon, shoes and etc.. It is in very good impression and colors and expressed naïve her emotions. Unfortunately, the artist is unidentified now. It is in very fine condition with no any damages. Measures 50” x 16 5/8”