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Bronze sculpture depicting the study of a panther signed by Maruki sei

 7,500.00

Bronze sculpture depicting the study of a panther signed by Maruki sei

 7,500.00
Single piece Since it is an authentic and original work, its distinctive characteristics, such as style, quality and patina, make it a unique piece.
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Origin: Japan

Period: Meiji second half of the 19th century.

Dimensions of the panther, excluding the base: 54 x 13.5 x 25.5 cm – Weight: 7.5 kg.

Dimensions of the root base: 63.5 x 30.5 cm.

Condition: Very good

+ Certificate of authenticity with technical expertise of the asset

+ Possibility to view the work at our office in Milan or throughout Italy wherever you are

Code: 3972

Code: 3972

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A Japanese patinated bronze okimono with an exceptionally high-quality dark patina depicting the study of a powerful panther, signed by Maruki. The animal’s posture is engaging, with its hind legs bent, tail curled upward at the end, and the body positioned obliquely, culminating in the animal’s head raised high. Its jaws are wide open, revealing the animal’s teeth, while its whiskers are raised. The fur stripes are masterfully rendered and highlighted with a different patina, even to the touch. The eyes are in gilded bronze, adding greater realism and strength to the animal. This patinated bronze okimono depicting a panther is signed under the belly with the mark Nihon koku Maruki sei 日本國丸喜製. Maruki, active during the Meiji period (1868-1912) in Japan, is renowned for the fineness and remarkable weight of his sculptures and is considered one of the finest producers of Japanese bronzes.
A Japanese patinated bronze okimono with an exceptionally high-quality dark patina depicting the study of a powerful panther, signed by Maruki. The animal’s posture is engaging, with its hind legs bent, tail curled upward at the end, and the body positioned obliquely, culminating in the animal’s head raised high. Its jaws are wide open, revealing the animal’s teeth, while its whiskers are raised. The fur stripes are masterfully rendered and highlighted with a different patina, even to the touch. The eyes are in gilded bronze, adding greater realism and strength to the animal. This patinated bronze okimono depicting a panther is signed under the belly with the mark Nihon koku Maruki sei 日本國丸喜製. Maruki, active during the Meiji period (1868-1912) in Japan, is renowned for the fineness and remarkable weight of his sculptures and is considered one of the finest producers of Japanese bronzes.

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