London, South Kensington
15 May 2008
A watercolour painting, 20th century
in sumi, gofun and slight colour on paper depicting two quail beside long grasses in the moonlight, one bird with its beak nestled into it's breast feathers, signed Nan'ya Daitaku saku -- 18in. x 24¼in. (45.7cm. x 61.5cm.), framed and glazed.
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