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

Edo period (18th century) furosaki screen (tea screen), with seal of the artist: Jakyu. Korin School painting, emplyoing Kenzan style of split image. (see "Morning Glories" Metropolitan Museum of Art for comparison). Illustrated in Masterpeces of Japanese Screens, muromachi through Edo Periods, Japan, plate #40, mineral pigments on paper.

Period
18th century
Origin
Japan
Dimensions
23 1/2" h x 71" w x 3/4" d
59.7cm h x 180.3cm w x 1.9cm d
Item #
S1640
Price Range
$25,001 - $50,000

Price Range
  • $0-$5,000
  • $5,001-$10,000
  • $10,001-$25,000
  • $25,001-$50,000
  • $50,001-$100,000
  • over $100,000