Set of three (3) ink and watercolor on silk portraits of Chinese ancestors, each in muted tones and with character marks along top margin. One ancestor holds a farming tool, another is wearing an embroidered rank badge and the third is seated in a large carved armchair. The seated ancestor portrait also with red chop marks and black character marks to left of chair. Figures not identified. Sight – 18 1/4" H x 12 1/2" W. Metal frames – 29" H x 22" W. Chinese, 20th century. Provenance: Estate of John Donnelly, Odenton, MD. CONDITION: Images in very good condition where visible. Some staining to dark blue mattes. Not examined out of frames.
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