SOLD! for $341.00.
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Chinese watercolor on silk scroll painting, depicting two beautiful women on a terrace or bridge, the ribbons or cords of their robes swirling in the wind. A large tree, prunus branches, and house are in the background. Calligraphy and seal marks upper right. Label en verso for Man Fong Picture Frame Maker, 41 Wellington St., Hong Kong. 46" x 18-3/4"; 48-1/3" x 19-3/4" framed. Probably Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century. Note: proceeds from the sale of this item benefit Angels Among Us Animal Rescue, Memphis, Tennessee. Provenance: a Memphis, Tennessee estate. CONDITION: Some light creasing and small white scattered stains, overall good condition. One small dark stain in center right background area. All stains approx. 1/8" in diameter or smaller. Not examined out of frame. Frame has some scattered wear and small chips.