Japanese Pair Framed Painting by Oe Ryoki, Maiko Girl
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Directory: Hidden: Viewable: Pre 1920: item # 1127592
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19 Nikaido, Kamakura City
Kanagawa Pref. 248-0002 JAPAN
Oe Ryoki(1874 ~ died unknown):Japanese-style painter.
He was born in Kyoto.
His teacher is Kono Bairei.
He often painted at Maiko or Geisya called "Bijin-ga".
This "Maiko"(Geisya girl) is very pretty and standing on the terrace and looking at festival in Kyoto.
The another side painting is the view of over the terrace that dancing people at festival.
It beautiful image is painted with ink and color on silk.
The original is a pair of scroll.
Signed artist name "Ryoki" and sealed both paintings.
The mounting is white silk and the frame color is black.
The condition is excellent. Some age very minor spots on the painted area.
Measurements about: 109.3cm(43.03")Length, 31.8cm(12.51")Width, each.
It comes with the fitted paper box.
The shipping and insurance charges are included in this price.
Daiting from Taisyo, 1912-1926.