Japanese Six Panel Screen: Frolicking Horses From Chokaro Sennin’s Gourd with Children
Kano School painting of Chokaro Sennin, a Chinese Taoist sage, appears on the right surrounded by karako (Chinese children). Chokaro Sennin has his famous gourd from which he pours horses to the delight and celebration of the children. This screen is an illustration of a fable explaining about impossibility. Mid Edo period painting (1603 - 1868) in mineral pigments on mulberry paper with a silk brocade border. One of a pair with 1146, sold separately. This screen will be sold with a total remount.
- 18th Century
- 65" h x 146" w x 3/4" d
- 165.1 cm h x 370.84 cm w x 1.905 cm d
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- Price Range
- over $100,000