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    Posted 6 months ago

    MMNJ
    (8 items)

    This is a depiction of Mary and infant Jesus that I believe was made by a Carmelite nun in Japan. It’s a painting on silk measuring approximately 11x13” within the frame, signed and stamped in Japanese. I got it at a thrift store in New Jersey. Can anyone help with the artist’s name, an estimated age for the work, or any further information?

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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 6 months ago
      https://www.zazzle.com/japanese_madonna_and_child_vintage_poster-228004158868249066?hcb=1
    2. MMNJ MMNJ, 6 months ago
      Thanks dav2no1. The image is nearly identical but the signature appears very different between the two. Do you know anything about its origin?

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