London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Japanese kakemono, 19th century
in sumi, gufun and colour on silk, painted with a ferocious tiger running along a rocky precipice in the moonlight, the beast with its mouth open and nostils flared -- 49¾in. x 16in. (126.4cm. x 40.6cm.), signed and sealed.
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