China, 1950s. Original color prints. One of these six Chinese woodblock prints was designed by Qi Baishi, one of the most famous painters of the 20th century, and depicts bamboo shoots. The other five prints depict a woman making tea, a white rose with thorns, a prunus tree with blossoms, a cockerel, and mushrooms. Some with artist seal and calligraphy.
Condition: Overall good condition; minor creases, some tears, browning and damage around the margins and edges; one print has four small holes outside the image and another shows a label on the reverse.
Provenance: Austrian private collection.
Dimensions: Largest sheet size 36.5 x 24.7 cm
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