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Six (6) Asian works of art, including watercolor on silk painting, Indian School Mughal paintings, and horse woodblock prints. 1st item: Watercolor on silk painting of a woman appearing to give instruction to six younger women, all in an outdoor setting. Housed and matted under glass in a wooden frame with pierced geometric decorations. Sight – 14 1/4" square. Framed – 20 5/8" square. Probably Chinese, Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century. 2nd-3rd items: Two (2) Indian School Mughal Gouache on paper paintings, including one (1) depicting Krishna, the god of love, playing a flute in a tree with several of his female followers bathing a large body of water below, and one (1) possibly depicting a scene from the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata during which Draupadi is dragged by Dussasana. Both scenes against red floral backgrounds with decorative yellow, green, and red borders. Both float mounted under glass in giltwood frames Paintings range in size from 6" H x 9 1/8" W to 12" H x 8" W. Frames range in size from 11" H x 14" W to 16 7/8" H x 12 7/8" W. 20th century. 4th-6th items: Three (3) wood block prints depicting horses in various poses. All with red seals, top and lower left of prints, two (2) with illegible printed signatures, lower left and right of prints. All matted and housed under glass in wooden frames, two (2) are identical. Sights range in size from 9" H x 14" W to 14" H x 9" W. Frames range in size from 11" H x 17" W to 18 7/8" H x 14 1/4" W. 20th century. Purchased Tokyo, 1953. Provenance: The Estate of Mrs. Frank Wood, Evansville, Indiana and Dickson, Tennessee. CONDITION: All items in overall good condition. Not examined outside of frames. 4th-6th items: One print with foxing spots, areas of dampstaining, 3/4" tear top left.