London, South Kensington
10 May 2006
A Korean painting, 18th Century
Ink and colour on silk depicting a seated Buddhist priest, wearing elaborate robes with jewelled brooch, holding a fly whisk, the chair draped with brightly coloured cloth, inscribed -- 40¼in. x 25in. (102.2cm x 63.5cm), framed and glazed.
Purchased in Los Angeles in 1967.
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