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Kongara-Doji

Signed:unsigned
Sealed:no seal
Date:early 18th century
Size:148 x 43 cms (mounting)
78.2 x 30.2 cms (painting)

58 x 17 inch (mounting)
31 x 12 inch (painting)
Technique:colours on silk (many details in gold paint)
Condition:Very good: elaborate and expensive Buddhist-style (Shinsei-hygu) mounting, consisting entirely of gold and silver brocade. Bronze rollers, adorned with the lotus motive, wooden box.
Price:SOLD Euro

Literature:The two boy acolytes of Fud My- are Kongara-Dji, who is red and holds a club, and Seitaka-Dji, who is a white, effeminate figure holding a lotus.
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Mounting: See mounting
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