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Tada Kochu (b.1873) - Bamboo screen
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1249576

Tada Kochu (b.1873) - Bamboo screen
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zen-zen0
075-771-9190



 

A six-fold Japanese screen from the early 20th century (circa 1910) by the Kyoto nihonga artist Tada Kochu. Bamboo painted with textured green malachite pigment on a paper ground highlighted with misty bands of gold flecks. The screen is framed with a dark red lacquered frame. It is in good, original condition. The screen stands 67'' high and measures 148'' across (171 by 376 cm). Tada Kochu was born in Kyoto in 1873. His real name is Tada Saichiro. He was a student of the Maruyama-Shi... Click for details

Japanese 6-panel Screen Painting of a Pine Tree
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1980: item #1248995

Japanese 6-panel Screen Painting of a Pine Tree
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Beautiful Japanese byobu (folding screen painting) painted with a scene of a large twisted pine tree, painted in mineral colors and ink on paper, signed by the artist, Showa Period. Total size: 70" high x 145" long

Japanese 6-panel Screen Painting of Plum and Bamboo
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1980: item #1248993

Japanese 6-panel Screen Painting of Plum and Bamboo
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Beautiful Japanese byobu (folding screen painting) painted with a scene of blossoming plum branches with a gnarled trunk near a stand of bamboo, the blossoms are white and deep pink, painted in mineral colors and ink on paper, signed by the artist, Showa Period. Total size: 70" high x 145" long

17c - One Hundred Boys screen pair
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1700: item #1248051

17c - One Hundred Boys screen pair
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zen-zen0
075-771-9190



 

Popular in Chinese, Korean and Japanese art the theme of 'one hundred boys' or 'one hundred children' represents the hope for familial happiness and an abundance of children. In Japan sets of screens such as these were traditionally presented as part of the bride's dowry. Although unsigned the artist would have been affiliated with an atelier of the Tosa school. Dating to the second half of the 17th century this small pair of six-fold screens are in reasonable condition and display well. The rig... Click for details

Tale of Genji screen
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1800: item #1248050

Tale of Genji screen
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zen-zen0
075-771-9190



 

A mid-sized tale of genii or 'genii monogatari' screen dating to the late 17th or early 18th centuries by an artist associated with the Tosa school. The screen is in reasonable condition, having undergone various repairs during its long life. It is completely ready to be displayed. It has been painted with ink, pigment and gofun on a gold leaf ground. It stands 43'' high and measures 111'' across (109 by 282 cm).

Japanese Four Panel Screen
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1246856

Japanese Four Panel Screen
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Japanese four panel screen painted on silk. Landscape images of flowing mountains and forests. circa 1970's Dimensions: 66" Long X 36" High

Japanese Six Panel Screen blooming flowers
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1246845

Japanese Six Panel Screen blooming flowers
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



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Japanese Six panel screen with gold paneling. Large pink roses budding in the afternoon sun. Overall great condition. 19th Century screen. Rimpa school of art in Japan. Dimensions: 56 3/4" High X 140" Long

Japanese Four Panel Screen Flowers in bloom
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1246836

Japanese Four Panel Screen Flowers in bloom
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



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Japanese four panel screen from the Showa period (circa 1950's). Wild white native Japanese flowers in bloom. Young tree blossoming its Autumn red colored leaves. Simple and elegant seen in Japanese form. Dimensions: 65 3/4" High X 70 1/2" Long

Pair of Folding Screens Depicting Arhats Mano Gyotei
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1900: item #1243563

Pair of Folding Screens Depicting Arhats Mano Gyotei
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Shippodo
1-510-780-6761



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Painting of Arhats (J: Rakkan C: Luohan)

Mano Gyotei (1874-1934)

Size: 75" wide and 73" tall

The fierce, humanistic, and zen-like qualities can be seen in these paintings of different arhats. Each arhat representing their understanding of enlightenment engages the vi... Click for details


Inoue Shoho (b.1887) - Pines and waves
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1243394

Inoue Shoho (b.1887) - Pines and waves
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075-771-9190



 

A pair of six-fold screens from the early 20th century featuring dramatic pine trees by the seashore. Painted with ink on hand-beaten silver leaf the screens are in very good original condition in all respects. Each screen measures 150'' by 69'' (380 by 174 cm). Inoue Shoho, born 1887 in Nagasaki. He is known for his landscapes and bird and flower works. Shoho studied under Taba Shorei who in turn was a student of Yamamoto Shunkyo (1871-1933).

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