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Antique Japanese Jute and Brass Painting ‘First Date’


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Ancient and very rare Japanese painting made in the early 1900s of fine Japanese manufacture. The painting has a rectangular brass frame, with rounded corners. Internally we see an additional yuta frame, classic sand-colored, very nice. Yet another very small brass frame that frames the picture. The Japanese painting representing a first date is a print painted on black cardboard, with whimsical and strong colors, typical of Japanese art. This represents a scene with a man and a woman, intent on meeting for the first time. She, embarrassed, holds the fan to her face as if to hide her emotions. He softly touches her arm to make contact. The glass is missing. The photo is part of a series, not to be missed!


Height: 32,5 cm (12.79 in.)

Width: 25,5 cm (10.03 in.)

Depth: 1,4 cm (0.55 in.)


The painting is in good and original vintage condition, slight scratches and light wear consistent with its time and use. Brass in patina. Being a VINTAGE item it is possible that it will bear some scratches or defects.


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