Tokyo School ivory of a Bijin ( beauty) holding sakura flowers

Tokyo School ivory of a Bijin ( beauty) holding sakura flowers

1868 to 1912 Japan

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Tokyo School ivory of a Bijin (beauty) holding a branch of sakura flowers elegantly attired in a formal kimono, signed Nihon Kikuchi Godo saku, late Meiji Period.
The artist Kikuchi Godo was from the third generation of the Tokyo Sculptors' Society, pupil of Tamura Goshin. He created similar works in the collection of the Shoto Museum of Art (Shibuya ward municipal museum in Tokyo), the special exhibition catalogue "History of Japanese Ivory carvings Gebori-okimono and Shibayama of the Meiji Period", p. 124 lady with a lantern, and boy catching dragonflies, p.125 lady enjoying autumnal village life.
Dimensions
Height 31.00 cm (12.20 inches)
Width 10.00 cm (3.94 inches)
Medium
ivory
Signed/Inscribed
Nihon Kikuchi Godo saku
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