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Name: JAPANESE MID 20TH CENTURY HAND-HAMMERED BRONZE BULL BY KATO SOUGAN
SOLD
Inventory #: ZU-14
Description: Japanese mid 20th century bronze bull by metal artist KATO SOUGAN (1899-1995). Master bronze artist Kato Sougan was born in 1899 in Kyoto, Japan and died in 1995. He received the Kyoto City Cultural Merit Award in Showa 56 (1981). He lived and worked in Kyoto. He is known for working with sheet metals, cutting and bending them into organic forms. The bull comes with TOMOBAKO or original artist signed wooden storage box. The bull measures 10 3/4" tall by 17" wide by 5" deep. (dorunesu)
Age: Mid 20th Century
Size: See Description
Price: SOLD