A large Chinese painting of The Three Deities, possibly Ming Dynasty, ink and colour on silk, mounted for framing, with inscriptions and two seals of the artist, depicting the three gods of Taoism, Fu (Prosperity), Lu (Status) and Shou (Longevity), two boys leading a deer symbolising longevity to the deity and another boy crouching under the pine tree, 177cm high x 90cm wide
Provenance: From a private English Estate.
明代（可能） 《福禄寿三仙》 设色绢本
In poor condition with paint loss and areas of wear CONDITION REPORT DISCLAIMER
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