Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck
Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck
Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck
Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck
Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck
Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck
Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck
Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck
Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck
Japanese Showa Period Dry Lacquer Sculpture of a Duck

Showa Period (1926 - 1989) sculpture of a duck sleeping with its head tucked into its wings. Dry lacquer, or kanshitsu, is a process of layering and manipulating lacquer soaked cloth over a form. Signed by the artist on the rear of the tail: Oosuga Tsutomu.

Period
c. 1930
Origin
Japan
Dimensions
5" h x 11 3/4" w x 6 1/2" d
12.7 cm h x 29.845 cm w x 16.51 cm d
Item #
A4879
Pricing

$6,800