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Sōkyu | Wood Mask Netsuke of Oto

Sōkyu | Wood Mask Netsuke of Oto

Project Description

Wood mask netsuke of Oto, by Sōkyu

Pale boxwood

Signed: Sōkyu. Early 20th Century

3.8cm high

Provenance:

Peter E. Müller, Küsnacht

Literature:

Max Rutherston, “Japanese Masks, Peter E. Müller”, privately printed, 2017, no. 103

Information:

A relatively unprolific member of the Sō school, known predominantly for his masks.

MR2359

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