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Japanese Two Panel Screen: Wild Flowers

Late Edo / Early Meiji period (1860s) furosaki screen (tea screen) of various summer wildflowers. Signature reads: Ueno Setsugaku (1819 - 1894). He was a student of Yamamoto Baiitsu. His other name was Hokuriku Dojin. Calligraphy on the left reads: Various flowers scents and mist. It also dates the screen as 1874. Painted in mineral pigments on mulberry paper with a black lacquer frame.

Period
dated 1874
Origin
Japan
Dimensions
24" h x 66" w
61cm h x 167.6cm w
Item #
S1752
Price Range

Price Range
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