London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
Nine various Chinese paintings on ricepaper, 19th century
depicting birds in flowering, rocky gardens and perched on blossoming branches -- 6¾in x 10½in. (17cm x 26.6cm) max; and a pair of watercolours of junks -- 8¾in. x 7¾in. (22.2cm x 19.6cm), all framed and glazed.
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