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Subject:identify paintings and value
Posted By: Cristiana Fri, Mar 02, 2018 IP: 179.218.169.139

I have these two paitings since I won as marriage gifts. I would like to identify them and know their possible values. I'm moving to another country and they are among the things that I won't take with me. I'm interested in sell them to someone that like as much as I like.
Thank you for the help!





Subject:Re: identify paintings and value
Posted By: I.Nagy Sun, Mar 04, 2018

1st picture,
翠光 - Suikō  (Signature of artist)
Seal is unreadable to me.
In the Japanese literature there are three painters with the same art-name.
1, Fukuda Suikō 福田翠光 1896-1973
Painter from the circle of Kyoto painters.
He painted mostly birds and flowers.
The signature style does not match with the signature in ID
dictionary
2, Aoyama Suikō 青山翠光 1890-?
Painter from Osaka (Only name without more info)
3, Maruoka Suikō 丸岡翠光 Active in mid-20th c.
Painteress (Only name without more info)


With regards.
I.Nagy

Subject:Re: identify paintings and value
Posted By: Cristiana Mon, Mar 05, 2018

Thank you so much for your reply and the information.
My best wishes.
Cristiana

Subject:Re: identify paintings and value
Posted By: I.Nagy Sun, Mar 04, 2018

2nd picture,
秋色 九十五歳 白石 - Autumn scenery -
Ninety-five Yaers Old - Baishi
Seal,
本人  - Oneself (in Person)

Qi Baishi 齊白石 1864-1957
Qi is one of the world`s most valued artists.

Your work looks to be a woodblock watercolor print. The original prints
from Rongbaozhai Publisher/Peking are made with such an accuracy that the reproductions look almost genuine - so it is difficult to figure out such works professionally. The original prints from the
1940-5o-es depend on size, theme etc.could sell for a few
hundred dollars, but the problem is that those prints could be already forged.

With regards,
I.Nagy





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