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Painting, pair of small-scale screens. Chinese boys (karako) playing: drawing on a screen, watching cockerels fight, releasing a bird (right); fishing, dancing, playing go (left). Ink, colours and gold on paper. Signed and sealed.
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Height: 44.50 centimetres (each screen)
Width: 118.90 centimetres (each screen)
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- The collection of Japanese and Chinese paintings belonging to Arthur Morrison was purchased by Sir William Gwynne-Evans, who presented it to the British Museum in 1913.
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Asia painting number: Jap.Ptg.856 (Japanese Painting Number)
Asia painting number: Jap.Ptg.857 (Japanese Painting Number)