New York, East
28 June 2000
A BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A ROARING TIGER
Depicted with the head raised and mouth open, walking forward in a semi-crouched position, worked in fine detail, the stripes raised in low relief, the belly inset with a square panel with a partially obscured signature "ji..."
23½ in. (59.7 cm) long
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