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Japanese Screens, Japanese Screen, Byobu, Japanese Folding Screens, Japanese Paintings, Antique Japanese Painting, Antique Japanese Screens, Japanese Antiques, Japanese Art
Japanese Screens, Japanese Screen, Byobu, Japanese Folding Screens, Japanese Paintings, Antique Japanese Painting, Antique Japanese Screens, Japanese Antiques, Japanese Art
Japanese Screens, Japanese Screen, Byobu, Japanese Folding Screens, Japanese Paintings, Antique Japanese Painting, Antique Japanese Screens, Japanese Antiques, Japanese Art

Chrysanthemums, or kiku, are the official symbol of imperial Japan. The flower is also a symbol of national identity. White chrysanthemums are thought to be particularly good luck, and here they are placed within a graceful rhythm of arching grasses. Edo period painting (c. 1850) in mineral pigments on heavy gold leaf with a silk brocade border.

Period
c. 1850
Origin
Japan
Dimensions
60" h x 117" w x 3/4" d
152.4cm h x 297.2cm w x 1.9cm d
Item #
S1467
Price Range
$50,001 - $100,000

Price Range
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  • $5,001-$10,000
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  • $25,001-$50,000
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