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A bronze okimono depicting the study of a tiger, signed by Atsuyoshi

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A bronze okimono depicting the study of a tiger, signed by Atsuyoshi

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A Japanese quality dark patina bronze okimono depicting the study of a powerful tiger in an unusual position, signed by Atsuyoshi.

The animal’s posture is captivating, with the lifted paw and the tail curled upward along the final part. The distinctive fur stripes of the tiger are masterfully depicted and highlighted with pronounced engravings.

Signed under the belly with the Maruki company mark 丸喜社 (in a square) and the engraver Atsuyoshi 厚義.

Atsuyoshi is a renowned master known for his finely modeled bronze animal studies. He worked for the Maruki company, active during the Meiji period (1868-1912) in Japan, distinguished by the finesse and considerable weight of its sculptures, and is considered one of the finest producers of Japanese bronzes.

Origin: Japan

Period: Meiji second half of the 19th century.

Dimensions: 28 x 48 x 14 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

Codice: 4408

Codice: 4408

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