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Vintage Japanese Shoki the Demon Queller Woodblock Ink Painting Watercolor Signed Print Chinese Warrior God

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Offering this striking vintage image of Shoki, the devil queller. The god Shoki originates in China, but the image is likely Japanese. I initially thought it was an ink painting, but I have also seen similarly styled pieces ascribed as woodblocks. The paper it is on is embossed in the bottom right corner and signed in the bottom left corner with a red chop mark. There is some scuffing/smudging on the paper from being stored unframed so long (primarily above the billowing right sleeve), and there is a small crease to the bottom left corner, but it is otherwise in good condition. The paper is mounted to a gold board, and there is information in Japanese and English on the back. The board measures 10 3/4" x 9 1/4".


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Vintage Japanese Shoki the Demon Queller Woodblock Ink Painting Watercolor Signed Print Chinese Warrior God

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