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Hermitage in the Plum Forest by Akashiya Shoun
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1930: item #1263509
ANR4642

Hermitage in the Plum Forest by Akashiya Shoun
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The Kura
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A hermitage lost in the early blossoms of the plum forest, ink and light color inside a wide gold border and mulberry frame typical of the Taisho era. Gold powder has been liberally applied intimating a shimmering mist throughout, creating an ethereal quality. Signed in the upper left corner, it is 68 x 149 inches (172.5 x 378 cm) and in overall fine condition. Akashi Shoun was born in Osaka on March 12, 1867, the first year of the Meiji era and a time of great change in Japan. He was fond... Click for details

Kano Eigaku (1790-1867) - Silver carp screen pair
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1900: item #1262732

Kano Eigaku (1790-1867) - Silver carp screen pair
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075-771-9190



$5400  

A pair of late Edo period screens by Kano Eigaku depicting carp or koi swimming amongst aquatic plants. Ink on silver leaf. The pair have recently been completely remounted. Stunning Edo period brocade has been used to frame them. At some stage the left screen has lost two of its panels, being converted into a four fold screen. The silver leaf has oxidized and darkened quite noticeably. The six-fold screen stands 53'' high and measures 140'' across (134 cm by 356 cm). The four fold scree... Click for details

Meiji Gold Bamboo Screen, Takahashi Ryuga
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1262727
ANR4430

Meiji Gold Bamboo Screen, Takahashi Ryuga
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The Kura
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2,700.00  

A bamboo spray rises from beyond a large garden stone on the gilded panels of this fine two panel screen by Takahashi Ryuga (1863-1930). It has been completely remounted without over-painting and is in excellent condition. Each panel is 87 x 168 cm (34 x 66 inches). Ryuga was born in Niigata prefecture, and studied painting in Kyoto under the Nanga Master Tanomura Chokunyu. Returning to his home country, he was a respected painter, so much so that interestingly, later in life he was elected ... Click for details

Antique Japanese Six Panel Gold Screen
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1260263

Antique Japanese Six Panel Gold Screen
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$6,000  

Antique Japanese six-panel screen with a chirimen gold foil background and eight staggered painted panels across the entire screen, depicting various large groups of beautiful, long-haired women or performers in elaborate dress, images from tale of Genji. Each painting is surrounded with flecks of gold. Meiji period (1868-1912) Size: 59.75" height, 141" width

Nomura Totsusai (1831-1864) - Maruyama tiger
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1900: item #1256098

Nomura Totsusai (1831-1864) - Maruyama tiger
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A six-fold screen from the very late Edo period, mid 19th century.A highly spirited Maruyama school tiger from an artist known for his paintings of large, fierce beasts. Nomura Totsusai (1831-1864) died at a very young age. A Kyoto artist, he studied under Maruyama Oritsu (1817-1875). Given name Nomura Satoshi. Painted on paper with ink and color. Gold flecks highlight the scene. It has undergone restoration at some stage during its life. At that time quite a lot of holes caused by insects ... Click for details

Matsumura Kando - Bao Feng poetry screen
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1255545

Matsumura Kando - Bao Feng poetry screen
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A six-fold calligraphy screen by the Kyoto writer and calligrapher Matsumura Kando. Broad, confident brush-strokes in rich sumi ink on silver leaf combine for a stunning decorative effect. This one is a poem by the Chinese artist Bao Feng (723-790): ''In the court, hundreds of warblers chirp, their wings woven together like brocade, while thousands of willows display their yellow green branches.'' (Chinese character translations available). Both of the screens are signed and sealed on their left... Click for details

Matsumura Kando - silver poetry screen
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1255543

Matsumura Kando - silver poetry screen
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A six-fold calligraphy screen by the Kyoto writer and calligrapher Matsumura Kando. Broad, confident brush-strokes in rich sumi ink on silver leaf combine for a stunning decorative effect. This poem was likely written by an ancient Chinese poet though we haven't identified it yet: ''Thick dewdrops form fresh and pure, As wind blows through the garden full of golden plants fragrant and verdant.'' (Chinese character translations available). Both of the screens are signed and sealed on thei... Click for details

Antique Japanese Four Panel Screen Painting of Kyoto
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1900: item #1254970

Antique Japanese Four Panel Screen Painting of Kyoto
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Antique four-panel screen painting of Northern Kyoto in Japan. There are gold flecks along the top of the painting and gold clouds in the background and also floating above the city. There are recognizable landmarks, such as the Kinkakuji Golden Pavilion to the far right, with a golden phoenix atop its roof and surrounding river. The building below may be the Hokoji Temple, or Great Buddha Hall, with three monks in grey robes. There is a lot of detail and vibrancy in each painted section. Edo pe... Click for details

Antique Japanese Six-Panel Screen of Kyoto Region
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #1254572

Antique Japanese Six-Panel Screen of Kyoto Region
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The Zentner Collection
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Japanese six-panel Tosa school screen with breathtaking paintings of the Kyoto region. It has gilded clouds that are separating and partially obscuring the many different scenes and activities. The paintings are so detailed and vibrant and truly capture how bustling life would have been in Kyoto. It is edged in blue woven fabric with green and gold dragons and flowers. Meiji period (1867-1912) . Estate of Horn. Size: 67.75" height, 150" wide

Two panel screen, by Yamauchi Issei, born 1929
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1980: item #1252643
1580

Two panel screen, by Yamauchi Issei, born 1929
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Yamauchi Issei, born 1929
Japan, Showa period, 20th century
Folding screen, two panels, Furosaki Byobu
Paper on paper
H: 22 Inch (55 cm), W: 70 Inch (175 cm) (total width)... Click for details

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