Large Japanese Silk Textile Sea Eagle

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this large finely rendered Meiji Period (1868-1912) silk textile study of a sea eagle, the majestic bird of prey captured in a striking pose upon a rocky outcrop amidst a choppy sea, the birds head turned and clearly focusing on its potential prey. The talented artist has worked the silk in various colours and stitching styles to portray the eagles feathers and facial features in fine detail, the use of couched gold thread highlighting the birds menacing eye. A softer coloured silk is used to create the bakdrop of waves which cleverly contrast the bustling water crashing against the rocks. The tapestry is bordered with a silk brocade and sits within its original period ebonised frame complete with its London based framers label.

Condition report : 

The silk sits behind glass and remains vibrant with minimal signs of fading and very little wear.

Approximate sizes:

Width : 42″ 107 cm

Height : 60 1/2″ 154 cm

Eagle image only : 29″ x 47″ 74 cm x 120 cm

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