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Yo Chow Mu (Hong Kong, 19th Century) oil on canvas Chinese Export maritime painting titled "Junk Preparing for Storm" depicting a Chinese sailing ship, also called a junk, manned by several sailors as a storm rolls in. Another ship is visible in the background. Signed in white Chinese characters, lower right. Housed in a period Hong Kong frame, painted black, with a giltwood sight edge. Sight: 8" H x 10 1/2" W. Framed: 12 1/4" H x 15" W. Provenance: purchased from Silverman Galleries, Alexandria, Virginia.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of Raymond White, Nashville, Tennessee.
CONDITION: Craquelure throughout. Minor areas of paint loss, largest 1/4", top right and right edge of canvas. Some scattered light spots of discoloration. Canvas was relined in April 1985 according to the Silverman's label. 1/8" gap between canvas and frame, top right. Frame with areas of inpainting to black paint, areas of loss largest 1/2", to black paint, minor losses/flaking to gilt.