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15.8"x10.6" + margins
Artist seal in the image
The image shows a myna bird perched on the limb of a magnolia tree. The hill myna is often seen as a pet. It is among the most renowned mimics, perhaps on par only with the African Grey Parrot. It can learn to reproduce many everyday sounds, particularly the human voice, and to whistle tunes, with astonishing accuracy and clarity.
In original mat. Kento cut in lower right corner is used to align the blocks and is not a flaw.