TWO JAPANESE PAINTINGS MEIJI PERIOD, 19TH CENTURY One painted in ink and colour on silk, depicting three macaques on a gnarly branch covered with snow, their hair delicately painted and with naturalistic expression, the other in ink on paper with a tanuki racoon dog dressed as a monk, bundled up in his robes and with an expression of devotion, both signed and with two red seal marks, both in modern frames, 43cm x 17cm and 32.5cm x 20cm respectively. (2)

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