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A figure of Guanyin (Goddess of Mercy) dressed in elaborately decorated flowing robes which she holds up with her left hand and in her right hand she has a large basket containing a fish, China, Ming Dynasty, 16th-17th century. Lacquer and gilt wood, 88 x 42 x 28 cm (34.8 x 16.8 x 11.3 in.). Gregg Baker Asian Art (Stand 260). © TEFAF 2018

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A figure of Amida Buddha standing on an elaborately decorated lotus pedestal base with the hands in the an-i-in mudra, Japan, Kamakura period, 12th-13th century. Gilt wood. Height 84 cm (33.3 in.) (including stand). Gregg Baker Asian Art (Stand 260)© TEFAF 2018

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A repoussé half figure of Guanyin (Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara) draped in a flowing robe, tied at the waist with a bow, Sino-Tibetan, Qing Dynasty, 18th century. Gilt copper. Total height 80 cm (31.8 in.). Gregg Baker Asian Art (Stand 260). © TEFAF 2018

Provenance: Previously in the collection of Ross Levett, Maine USA, and E. Van Vredenburgh, Brussels

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A two-fold screen depicting keshi (poppies), Japan, Edo Period, 17th century. Ink, colour and gold leaf on paper, 162.5 x 172.5 cm (64.3 x 68 in.)Gregg Baker Asian Art (Stand 260). © TEFAF 2018

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A four-fold screen depicting plum trees, Japan, Taisho Period, 20th century. Lacquer, colour and silver leaf on paper, 187.5 x 370.5 cm (74 x 146 in.). Sealed lower right 'Sho'Gregg Baker Asian Art (Stand 260). © TEFAF 2018

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Takahiro Atarashi, A black flower vessel of geometric form, Japan, 20th century. Kanshitsu (dry lacquer), 38.5 x 23.5 x 9.5 cm (15.3 x 9.5 x 3.8 in.). Signed 'Takahiro'. Gregg Baker Asian Art (Stand 260). © TEFAF 2018

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Masazo Kawai, A red flower vessel of abstract form, Japan, 20th century. Kanshitsu (dry lacquer), 19.5 x 59 x 14.5 cm (7.8 x 23.3 x 5.8 in.). Signed 'Masa saku' (made by Masa). Gregg Baker Asian Art (Stand 260). © TEFAF 2018

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Kokuta Suda (1906 - Japan - 1990), Untitled, Japan, 1959. Gouache and mixed media on paper, 37.5 x 28 cm (15 x 11.3 in.). Signed lower left 'Koku'. Gregg Baker Asian Art (Stand 260). © TEFAF 2018