These two seals are located on a very large painting of flowers and fruit. So far I've only been able to translate the title which was done in cursive script. Is anyone familiar with these two unusual seals?
the top seal is “國湧”; the bottom seal is “化吉”, the art name (號), plus a graphic of “mickey” ¹ at the leftmost 😸
a google search would reveal:
the above mentioned seals might belong to an artist “鄭國湧”, with an art name “化吉”; whom was born in 1960, in which, the chinese zodiac is mouse.
¹ “mickey” 者・mouse 也・it’s head is at the top, looking at the right :)
“化吉”, might derived from “逢凶化吉”. that, for calligraphy or paintings, a “mickey” is ferocious (it might eat, then destroy the valuable artefacts).
so, a seal with “化吉” and a graphic of “mickey” is, . . . kind of a well-wishes
have fun :)