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Eika Kato (1869-1942) - Japanese School Watercolour, Figures Under Cherry Blossom

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This early-mid 20th century painting by the artist Eika Kato (1869-1942) is a modern celebration of Japan's ancient cherry blossom and the festival that's held in it's honour every year. The artist has use fine brushwork to capture each blossom petal, which have been caught in the breeze and fall over a mother and child as they stroll by a river. The child holds a Japanese flag and the mother is dressed in beautiful traditional Japanese clothes. The artist has also utilised a thicker gouache to give texture and body to the upper tree branches. The painting is excellently presented in a double card mount and modern gold frame. Signed to the lower left. On wove.


Overall the appearance is very good. There are a few minor spots of foxing to left of the tree trunk, on the river. Frame is in good condition.


47.3 x 30.4cm (18.6" x 12")
Framed Size: 57.5 x 40.6cm (22.6" x 16")



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Code kj066
Artist Eika Kato (1869-1942)
Date Early 20th Century
Dimensions 47.3 x 30.4cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Asian
Subject Landscape
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