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A Tokyo School patinated bronze okimono depicting a geisha signed Seiya sei

 1,250.00

A Tokyo School patinated bronze okimono depicting a geisha signed Seiya sei

 1,250.00
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 late 19th century

Dimensions: 34 x 14 x 12 cm. – Weight: 3,96 Kg.

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: 4148

Code: 4148

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A Large dark patinated bronze okimono of an excellent dark brown color and patina depicting a geisha, signed Seiya sei. The scene portrays her walking in her geta shoes, dressed in an elegant kimono while holding a fan aloft in a gesture of greeting. The kimono is adorned with a wide obi sash cinched tightly around her waist, holding the cushion firmly against her back. Details like her delicate hair enhance the quality of the Tokyo school, and the raised heel of her right foot showcases the lightness and elegance of her movement. The artist has dedicated time and care to make each of these elements realistically. The relief signature on a plaque at the base of this bronze okimono of a geisha is Seiya sei, Genryusai Seiya. Active in Japan during the Meiji period (1868-1912), Genryusai Seiya was a master craftsman specializing in high-quality bronze okimono. His creations encompassed bronze animal studies as well as everyday life scenes featuring human figures.
A Large dark patinated bronze okimono of an excellent dark brown color and patina depicting a geisha, signed Seiya sei. The scene portrays her walking in her geta shoes, dressed in an elegant kimono while holding a fan aloft in a gesture of greeting. The kimono is adorned with a wide obi sash cinched tightly around her waist, holding the cushion firmly against her back. Details like her delicate hair enhance the quality of the Tokyo school, and the raised heel of her right foot showcases the lightness and elegance of her movement. The artist has dedicated time and care to make each of these elements realistically. The relief signature on a plaque at the base of this bronze okimono of a geisha is Seiya sei, Genryusai Seiya. Active in Japan during the Meiji period (1868-1912), Genryusai Seiya was a master craftsman specializing in high-quality bronze okimono. His creations encompassed bronze animal studies as well as everyday life scenes featuring human figures.

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