Companion pair of Asian handpainted silk scrolls, each bearing the same signature. One depicts a woman seated on a rock playing a musical instrument with a waterfall in the background; the other depicts a man atop a cylindrical object (possibly a barrel or rolled object), holding a mallet, and surrounded by prunus branches. Each with pale blue silk borders and signed, bone-tipped wooden end guards. Image 38" L 14-1/2"W x , overall 72"L x 19-5/8". Probably Chinese, late 19th century. Condition: Scattered separations and creasing to silk, scattered stains not affecting subjects, ends on both scrolls are in poor condition with some taping and full separations to top end guards on scroll depicting man, partial separation to end guard on scroll depicting woman.
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