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As part of our Japanese art collection we are delighted to offer this wonderfully drawn bronze okimono of a successful fisherman , this large and extremly heavy bronze okimono has great presence and lifelike movement as you would expect from this renowned artist , Seiya cleverly captures the moment the angler has secured the fish in his hand for the first time , the anglers back arched and the line still taught , the facial expressions sum up his satisfaction, the fisherman stands bare foot on the rocky outcrop with weed and water lapping over his feet , he is wearing patched up trousers and jacket below a woven grass skirt , his bait box and creel are tied around his waist, his rod is bamboo effect bronze and is removable for carriage , the base is stamped with the Genryusai Seiya foundry seal , a wonderful Meiji period bronze that could be the focal point of your room !

For a similar smaller (55.2″) example of this bronze see
CHRISTIES-NEW YORK:lot 655 /Sale 2688 20/03/2013 Price realised $11,250 .

The condition is lovely and original having been found locked in a storage facility for the last 65 years !

Approximate sizes

Height with rod 62.5″ 159 cm

Height of fisherman 31″ 79 cm

Width of base 14″ 36 cm

Depth of base 10″ 25 cm

Weight is a hefty 29.5kg (65lb)

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