Painting of an owl on what looks like mixed medium

Apr 17, 2022. 14:04 UTC
Painting of an owl on what looks like mixed medium
United States of America

Fine art

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There are areas that have spots of what look like foil or metal and the "scene" appears comprised of "blocks/squares" that form the picture.


I purchased it in the 1980s, but have since lost the information on the artist.

Answered within 2 days
Apr 19, 19:11 UTC
By David U.

Fair Market Value

$150 - $350 USD

Insurance Value

$0 USD
What does this mean?

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Considering the photos, this item is:

A Japanese woodlock painting of an owl on a tree whose signature belongs to Katsukawa Shunsen (Shunkō II), pupil of Shunso (Shun - Izumi). Good impressions, some fading, creasing, and toning, good-fair conditions.

Period: KATSUKAWA SHUNSHO II (SHUNSEN, 1762-CIRCA 1830) 1806-1820 
Edo period (1615-1868), 1806-1820
Provenance: Acquired in 1980.
Dimensions: Unknown
Artist: Katsukawa Shunso II (Shun-Izumi).
Condition: Good condition.
Estimated price: This piece has an estimated price of $ 150 - 350 as other paintings of the same artist have been sold as this painting does not belong to any rare or proven valuable work of the artist.

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