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Superb Japanese Autumn Screen by Yokoyama Shunkei
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1960: item #1273159
ANR4712

Superb Japanese Autumn Screen by Yokoyama Shunkei
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



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The screen is performed with heavy pigment on silk, in a transitional style typical of the early post war era where the theme remains traditional yet the execution is changing stylistically to what would become Nihonga after the mid 50s. It is possibly “Chatei Akibi” (Autumn Tea Garden), exhibited 5th Nitten, 1949. The image, style and execution match the era, but there are no photographic records with which to compare. Each panel is 174 x 90 cm (68-1/2 inches x 3 feet). Due to size the cost o... Click for details

Morimura Yoshine (1871-1938) - Shijo crane screen
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1270080

Morimura Yoshine (1871-1938) - Shijo crane screen
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zen-zen0
075-771-9190



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AFTER 14 YEARS TRADING ONLINE AS ZEN-ZEN0 WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSING OUR DOORS. ALL STOCK WILL BE SOLD BY THE END OF 2014. IN THE NEW YEAR WE WILL RETURN AFTER A REDEVELOPMENT OF OUR ONLINE PRESENCE AND OPERATING AS KRISTAN HAUGE JAPANESE ART. Dated the 33rd year of the Meiji period (1900), this matching pair of crane paintings have recently been mounted as a smaller two-fold screen. They are the work of Morimura Yoshine from his earlier days with the Shijo school. Very finely painted with ink, ... Click for details

Taisho screen - Girls at play
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1270076

Taisho screen - Girls at play
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zen-zen0
075-771-9190



SALE, was $11,000  

AFTER 14 YEARS OF TRADING ONLINE UNDER THE ZEN-ZEN0 NAME WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSING OUR DOORS. ALL STOCK WILL BE SOLD BY THE END OF 2014. IN THE NEW YEAR WE WILL RETURN AFTER A REDEVELOPMENT OF OUR ONLINE PRESENCE AND OPERATING AS KRISTAN HAUGE JAPANESE ART. Dating to the Taisho period, circa 1920, this is a delightful fall scene of a group of girls, perhaps siblings, playing a game of blindman's bluff. The colors and designs of the kimono are magnificent and the western dress of the youngest gi... Click for details

Yano Kyoson (1890-1965) - Nihonga screen pair
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1270070

Yano Kyoson (1890-1965) - Nihonga screen pair
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zen-zen0
075-771-9190



SALE, was $12,000  

AFTER 14 YEARS TRADING ONLINE AS ZEN-ZEN0 WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSING OUR DOORS. ALL STOCK WILL BE SOLD BY THE END OF 2014. IN THE NEW YEAR WE WILL RETURN AFTER A REDEVELOPMENT OF OUR ONLINE PRESENCE AND OPERATING AS KRISTAN HAUGE JAPANESE ART. Almost certainly painted for exhibition this monumental pair of two fold screens is a true tour de force by the highly talented and eclectic artist Yano Kyoson. On a glowing gold ground suggesting intense sunlight a field of lush lotus plants is interspers... Click for details

Four Panel Paper Screen, “Taki” by Joel Stewart
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 2000: item #1267585
AOJ4642

Four Panel Paper Screen, “Taki” by Joel Stewart
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Bold splashes of ink combined with benevolent washes of soft gray create a dynamic scene on the four panels of this screen by contemporary artist Joel Stewart. The genteel strokes are reminiscent of traditional ink painting, calling to mind the great master Kaiho Yusho, and yet the strikes of bold black harken more to the strike of the brush by Zen artists. The screen is 159 x 296 cm (62-1/2 x 116-1/2 inches) and is of course in perfect condition. ... Click for details

Antique Japanese 17th Century Two-Panel Screen of Hawks
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1267502

Antique Japanese 17th Century Two-Panel Screen of Hawks
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



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Antique Japanese two-panel screen of two hawks on paper panel, set upon a gold leaf background. Each panel is beautifully done, an intense expression seen in the face of each bird, which were a very popular status symbol. Signed and stamped on each panel. From the Soga school of father and son Nichokuan and Chokuah. 17th century Size: (entire screen) 68" height, 76" width (artwork only) 49" height, 24" width

Screen, Crows in Persimmon Tree, Tomita Keisen, 1908
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1265866
ANR4681

Screen, Crows in Persimmon Tree, Tomita Keisen, 1908
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The Kura
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4,800.00  

A pair of crows settle in to the lavishly hung branch of a persimmon tree, few leaves clinging to its gray washed branches. This is a two panel screen by Tomita Keisen dated 1908 and very similar in style to his painting Cat in Cherry Blossoms (1906) published in the catalog Tomita Keisen-Ten. Likely a sketch later made into a screen, faint lines can still be seen where the artist sketched out twigs that were eliminated from the final painting. It is in fine condition. Tomita Keisen (1879-19... Click for details

Yamaguchi Reiki (1894-1979) - Crane screens
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1265133

Yamaguchi Reiki (1894-1979) - Crane screens
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075-771-9190



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AFTER 14 YEARS TRADING ONLINE AS ZEN-ZEN0 WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSING OUR DOORS. ALL STOCK WILL BE SOLD BY THE END OF 2014. IN THE NEW YEAR WE WILL RETURN AFTER A REDEVELOPMENT OF OUR ONLINE PRESENCE AND OPERATING AS KRISTAN HAUGE JAPANESE ART. A pair of nihonga screens dating to the Taisho period, circa 1920. A group of cranes presumably engaged in a courtship dance. The Japanese crane, a most auspicious symbol, has been of great importance in Japanese art and culture since ancient times. It is ... Click for details

Antique Japanese Fusuma Doors, Kokoku. Scholars items
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1900: item #1264925
ANR4666

Antique Japanese Fusuma Doors, Kokoku. Scholars items
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



3,800.00  

Four ink on paper paintings of scholar items mounted on age darkened silver opposite sheer white paper clouded with gold flake by Murata Kokoku. Antique Handles adorn both sides, the sliver side of dark orbs contain a crescent moon in gold. Made for an opening roughly 68 x 112 inches (172.5 x 284.5 cm) Each door is: 28-1/2 x 68-1/2 inches (73 x 174 cm).
Murata Kokoku (1831-1912) was a staunch supporter of the Lit... Click for details

Set 4 Edo p. double sided doors, Nakabayashi Chikuto
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1900: item #1264811
ANR4665 B

Set 4 Edo p. double sided doors, Nakabayashi Chikuto
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



4,800.00 for set  

A set of four double sided Edo period Fusuma doors decorated in ink and light color on paper by two separate artists at different times. One side is painted by Nakabayashi Chikuto, the other somewhat older, unsigned but certainly by an accomplished artist blending late Kano techniques with Nanga and traces of Haiga. The Chikuto side shows a shoreline covered in fine sprays of bamboo with squared stones typical of the artists’ mature style rising from the calm waters accented with soft touches ... Click for details

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