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Calligraphy - Artifacts

Framed Calligraphy Black sumi ink calligraphy composed of four large characters with verical lines of smaller characters to the left and the artist's two red seals at bottom left one positive and one negative. Written on white hand made Japanese paper with impressions of origami cranes and wave pattern. Rectangular wood frame with dark brown stain has a concave center. Glass covers the Calligraphy. Screw eyes and picture wire on the back. Cardboard backing to be replaced. Translation: " Beautiful Mind/Heart act as One" (first character translates in Chinese as ten thousand) meaning cooperation. Translation of smaller calligraphy on left "1971, person who stays at the (kamo do) duck pavillion (artist's name)"
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