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Japanese 4-Panel Screen
Located in Pasadena, CA
Hand painted 4-panel Japanese screen.
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Vintage 1950s Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

  • Japanese 4-Panel Screen
  • Japanese 4-Panel Screen
  • Japanese 4-Panel Screen
  • Japanese 4-Panel Screen
H 35 in. W 70 in. D 1 in.
Antique Japanese Screen
Located in Gloucestershire, GB
Good 18th century six fold antique Japanese screen with many sections each containing different scenes of animals, travellers and other topical things of a Japanese nature Measure...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Paint, Wood, Paper, Lacquer

  • Antique Japanese Screen
  • Antique Japanese Screen
  • Antique Japanese Screen
  • Antique Japanese Screen
H 67.5 in. W 150 in. D 1 in.
Antique Japanese Wood Block Printed Table Top Folding Screen
Located in San Francisco, CA
Antique Japanese small table top four panel folding screen. Wood block print on paper. First quarter 20th century. Perfect to use as wall art.
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Early 20th Century Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Paper

Japanese Screen - Six Panels
Located in Washington, DC
A Japanese screen with six panels. From left to right width measurements: A 25 1/2. B 24 3/4. C 24 5/8. D 24 3/4. E 24 3/4. F 25 1/2.
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Antique 19th Century Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Screen - Six Panels
  • Japanese Screen - Six Panels
  • Japanese Screen - Six Panels
  • Japanese Screen - Six Panels
H 66.88 in. W 150.75 in. D 0.63 in.
Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Chrysanthemums
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese six-panel screen: Chrysanthemums, Edo period (circa 1800) painting of a variety of chrysanthemums in a garden landscape, with sparrows. Mineral pigments on paper with gold d...
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Antique Early 1800s Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Chrysanthemums
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Chrysanthemums
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Chrysanthemums
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Chrysanthemums
H 67.25 in. W 145 in. D .75 in.
19th Century Coramandel Japanese Screen
Located in Gloucestershire, GB
Beautiful eight-paneled 19th Century lacquered screen with a Japanese design throughout. This fantastic screen features eight folding panels which are decorated on both sides. Ea...
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Antique 19th Century Japanese Chinoiserie Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paint

  • 19th Century Coramandel Japanese Screen
  • 19th Century Coramandel Japanese Screen
  • 19th Century Coramandel Japanese Screen
  • 19th Century Coramandel Japanese Screen
H 50.79 in. W 88.59 in. D 0.6 in.
Japanese Two Panel Screen, Hollyhocks
Located in Hudson, NY
Edo period (18th century) furosaki screen (tea screen), with seal of the artist: Jakyu. Korin School painting, employing Kenzan style of split image. (see "Morning Glories" Metropoli...
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Antique 18th Century Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Silk, Paper

  • Japanese Two Panel Screen, Hollyhocks
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen, Hollyhocks
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen, Hollyhocks
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen, Hollyhocks
H 23.5 in. W 71 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two-Panel Screen Whimsical Beast
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two-panel screen: Whimsical beast. Wonderful, Meiji period (1868-1912) painting of a bellowing lion executed in a very fine style with excellent and thoughtful details. A tr...
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Antique Early 1900s Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Whimsical Beast
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Whimsical Beast
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Whimsical Beast
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Whimsical Beast
H 68.25 in. W 75 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two Panel Screen: Flowering Hedge (Japanese Privet)
Located in Hudson, NY
Showa period (1926 - 1989) painting, beautifully mounted with silvered hardware. Seal reads: Eishun. Mineral pigments on gold with a silk brocade border.
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20th Century Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Brass

Japanese Four-Panel Screen Pine Tree
Located in Hudson, NY
Ink painting (sumi-e) on paper dated 1971. Signed: Shinazumi George in Katakana; a Japanese American artist who lived in Japan.
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Vintage 1970s Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Four-Panel Screen Pine Tree
  • Japanese Four-Panel Screen Pine Tree
  • Japanese Four-Panel Screen Pine Tree
  • Japanese Four-Panel Screen Pine Tree
H 54 in. W 102 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two Panel Screen Moon Viewing
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two panel screen: Moon Viewing, painting of two noblewomen admiring the full moon outdoors. Extremely sophisticated execution of painting overlapping patterns and drapery. M...
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Vintage 1970s Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Two Panel Screen Moon Viewing
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen Moon Viewing
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen Moon Viewing
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen Moon Viewing
H 67.75 in. W 68.75 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Six-Panel Screen "Wedding Procession"
Located in Hudson, NY
A bride walking with ladies on their way to a Shinto shrine. The bride is following a go-between lady, and she is followed by two attendants. Wonderful Western details seldom seen in...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Taisho Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood

Japanese Two Panel Screen Willow Textile
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese Screen: Willow Textile, Willow textile mounted as a two-fold screen in vibrant colors and abstracted style. Modern Japanese painting (artist seal unreadable).
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Textile, Wood

  • Japanese Two Panel Screen Willow Textile
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen Willow Textile
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen Willow Textile
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen Willow Textile
H 67.25 in. W 56 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Four Panel Screen, Autumn Flowers
Located in Hudson, NY
Taisho period painting (1912-1926) of a fall landscape with wild grasses, red maple, and dahlias. Mineral pigments on gold with a silk brocade border and beautiful metal mounts.
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Vintage 1920s Japanese Taisho Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper, Silk

  • Japanese Four Panel Screen, Autumn Flowers
  • Japanese Four Panel Screen, Autumn Flowers
  • Japanese Four Panel Screen, Autumn Flowers
  • Japanese Four Panel Screen, Autumn Flowers
H 49.25 in. W 91.5 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Four Panel Screen Banana Grove
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese Four Panel Screen: Banana Grove, early Showa period (late 1920s-1930s) painting of life-size fruiting banana trees in a style that has a strong Western influence. This scree...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Four Panel Screen Banana Grove
  • Japanese Four Panel Screen Banana Grove
  • Japanese Four Panel Screen Banana Grove
  • Japanese Four Panel Screen Banana Grove
H 69.5 in. W 121 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two-Panel Screen, Hunting Falcons
Located in Hudson, NY
Late Edo period (1614-1868) painting of two falcons with silk knotted tethers resting on perches. Ink on paper mounted on gold with gold flecks, a hand painted checkerboard pattern, ...
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Antique Early 1800s Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Open Ocean
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese six-panel screen, open ocean, late Edo - early Meiji period, circa 1870, painting of plovers flying over cresting waves. Sumi ink on mulberry paper with a silk brocade borde...
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Antique 1870s Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Open Ocean
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Open Ocean
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Open Ocean
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Open Ocean
H 72 in. W 150 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two-Panel Screen Marsh Flowers
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two-panel screen: Marsh Flowers. Showa period (1926-1945) painting of a small cultivated area of marsh with birds, including a green heron, marsh grasses, lotus blossoms, an...
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Vintage 1930s Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood

  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Marsh Flowers
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Marsh Flowers
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Marsh Flowers
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Marsh Flowers
H 68 in. W 80 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two-Panel Screen Wild Flowers
Located in Hudson, NY
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)...
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Antique Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Wild Flowers
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Wild Flowers
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Wild Flowers
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Wild Flowers
H 24 in. W 66 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two Panel Screen: Antique Kimono Fabric Mounted on Screen
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese Two Panel Screen: Late Nineteenth Century Kimono Fabric Mounted on Early Twentieth Century Screen. In the Heian period (eighth century to the twelfth century), noblemen wou...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

Japanese Four-Panel Screen Water Landscape
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese four-panel screen: Water landscape, Meiji period (1868-1912) painting of a waterfall on the left, leading to a meandering stream amongst a hilly landscape. Lotus flowers and...
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Antique Early 1900s Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Silver Leaf

  • Japanese Four-Panel Screen Water Landscape
  • Japanese Four-Panel Screen Water Landscape
  • Japanese Four-Panel Screen Water Landscape
  • Japanese Four-Panel Screen Water Landscape
H 36.75 in. W 95 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two Panel Screen: Tagasode (Whose Sleeves?)
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese Two Panel Screen: Tagasode (Whose Sleeves?) The phrase, “tagasode”, which translates to “whose sleeves?”, is a literary reference to early Japanese poetry (where the phrase...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Textile, Silk, Wood, Paper

Japanese Two Panel Screen: Genpei Warriors
Located in Hudson, NY
The Genpei War took place from 1180–1185, during which the Minamoto clan rebelled against the Taira clan for control of Japan. The two clans had a bitter rivalry for years, and the M...
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Antique Early 19th Century Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

  • Japanese Two Panel Screen: Genpei Warriors
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen: Genpei Warriors
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen: Genpei Warriors
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen: Genpei Warriors
H 66.75 in. W 75 in. D .75 in.
Meiji Era Japanese Two Panel Hand Painted Wood Table Screen Tale of Genji
Located in Studio City, CA
A Meiji era Japanese two-panel wood screen, with illustrated images from The Tale of Genji that are exquisitely painted directly on wood with fine detail and precision, accented with...
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Antique 19th Century Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

Japanese Two Panel Screen: Irises on Gold
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese Two Panel Screen: Irises on Gold Showa period (1926 - 1989) painting, beautifully mounted with silvered hardware. Seal reads: Eishun. Mineral pigments on gold with a silk ...
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20th Century Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Brass

  • Japanese Two Panel Screen: Irises on Gold
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen: Irises on Gold
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen: Irises on Gold
  • Japanese Two Panel Screen: Irises on Gold
H 67.75 in. W 74 in. D 1 in.
Japanese Six-Panel Screen Horses in Stable
Located in Hudson, NY
Kano School painting of horses in stabile, with a monkey. Mineral pigments on mulberry paper with silk brocade border.
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Antique Late 18th Century Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen Horses in Stable
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen Horses in Stable
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen Horses in Stable
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen Horses in Stable
H 54 in. W 128 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two-Panel Screen Peony and Cherry
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two-panel screen: Peony and Cherry, Edo period (circa 1800) painting, formerly fusuma (Japanese sliding doors), executed in the Kano school style, featuring a cherry tree in...
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Antique Early 1800s Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Peony and Cherry
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Peony and Cherry
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Peony and Cherry
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Peony and Cherry
H 59.25 in. W 74.5 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two-Panel Screen Temples Through Misty Forest
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two-panel screen: Temples Through Misty Forest. Chinese School landscape ink painting on gilded silk by Yukimatsu Shunpo, signed and dated 1924. Yukimatsu Shunpo was born in...
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Vintage 1920s Japanese Taisho Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Silk

Japanese Two-Panel Screen "Women in Western Dress"
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese Two Panel Screen: Women in Western Dress, Nihonga style painting of two young women in Western style summer clothing, sitting at water's edge and cooling off by putting thei...
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Vintage 1930s Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

Japanese Two-Panel Screen Gibbons in the Wild
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two-panel screen: gibbons in the wild, masterfully executed ink painting (sumi-e) of two gibbons in an old tree. Wonderful examples of brushwork and different painting techn...
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Antique Early 1900s Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Gibbons in the Wild
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Gibbons in the Wild
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Gibbons in the Wild
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Gibbons in the Wild
H 57.25 in. W 52.5 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Pine in Winter
By Bunto Hayashi
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese six-panel screen, pine in winter, Taisho period painting (1912-1926) in minimal color on paper, by Bunto Hayashi (1882-1966), signed and sealed. Hayashi was born in Kyoto, a...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Taisho Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Pine in Winter
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Pine in Winter
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Pine in Winter
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen, Pine in Winter
H 67 in. W 148 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two-Panel Screen Tagasode 'Whose Sleeves?'
Located in Hudson, NY
Silk kimono mounted on paper. Kimono is 19th century, with the unusual theme of a grape arbor in embroidery. Kimono is draped over a painted lacquer kimono rack. Mounting and paintin...
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Antique Late 19th Century Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

Japanese Two-Panel Screen, Hibiscus In Bloom
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese Two Panel Screen: Hibiscus in Bloom, Meiji period (1868 - 1912) painting of hibiscus flowers reaching for the sun in full bloom. Mineral pigments on silk with a silk brocad...
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Antique Early 1900s Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

Rare Antique Japanese Folding Screen by Kano Tanshin
By Kano Tanshin
Located in Atlanta, GA
An exquisite Japanese folding screen painted and signed by Kano Tanshin (Morimasa) (1658-1719), circa early Edo Period. An important member of the Kano painter family, the son of Kan...
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Antique 17th Century Japanese Japonisme Paintings and Screens

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Brass

Japanese Folding Screen, circa 1960, Abstract Bamboo,
Located in Kyoto, JP
Kubo Kichiro Bamboo Mid-20th century, circa 1960 Two-panel screen. Mineral pigments and ink on paper. Signed: Kichiro Sealed: Kichiro Dimensions: H. 152.5 cm x W...
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Vintage 1960s Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Paper, Wood

Japanese Fine Old "Flying Crane & Trees" Screen
Located in South Burlington, VT
Japan, a fine old hand-carved wooden screen "ranma" or transom featuring a spectacular composition including a full flying crane among pine trees in the center . All is executed in h...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Wood

Japanese Showa Period Folding Screen with Painted Cranes
Located in New York, NY
Japanese Showa period four panel folding screen finely painted with a theme of cranes in four elegant positions. The piece is signed and was made in circa 1950 in Japan. In great vi...
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Vintage 1950s Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Fabric, Wood, Paint

Japanese Two Panel Screen Falcons in Flight
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two panel screen: Falcons in Flight. Showa period (1926-1989) vibrant painting on silk of eagles hunting over turbulent water. The painting on this screen was made using a d...
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Vintage 1940s Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood

Japanese Two Panel Screen Dragon in the Mist
Located in Hudson, NY
Ink (Sumi) on paper. Signature and Seal read: Kishi Ganku It is backed with paper covered in gold and silver flake. Kishi Ganku (1749 or 1756-1839) was the Edo period founder of the ...
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Antique Early 19th Century Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

Japanese Four Panel Screen: Mountain and Water Landscape
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese Four Panel Screen: Mountain and Water Landscape. Mountain country landscape showing cherry trees and a rocky coast line. Signature reads: Biyu. Mineral pigments on silk.
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Vintage 1930s Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Silk

Japanese Two Panel Screen Chrysanthemums Through the Mist Obara Art Screen
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two panel screen: Chrysanthemums Through the Mist Obara Paper Art Screen. Surreal and masterful rendering of chrysanthemums cloaked in mist that varies in opacity made entir...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Paper, Wood

Japanese Two-Panel Screen, Summer Flowers on Silk
Located in Hudson, NY
Rimpa painting of flowers including morning glories, hollyhocks, sweet peas, nadeshiko, and daisies. Signature and seal read: Bisui
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Antique Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood

Japanese Six Panel Screen, Snowy Landscape with Wood Ducks and Willow on Silver
Located in Hudson, NY
Mineral pigments on silver leaf.
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Antique Mid-19th Century Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Paper

19th Century Japanese Screen: Ink Landscape Painting
Located in Hudson, NY
Antique Japanese Four Panel Screen: Ink Landscape Painting with an illegible seal. Painted in the Unkoku School in ink on mulberry paper with a silk brocade border.
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Antique 19th Century Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

Japanese Six Panel Edo Screen Village Farming Landscape
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Large 18th century Japanese six panel Edo period screen depicting village farming and agricultural landscape scenes. Ink on paper painting signed from the brush of Fujiwara Morimasa ...
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Antique 18th Century Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

Japanese Edo Two-Panel Screen Flowers of Autumn
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Impressive early 19th century Japanese Edo period two-panel screen featuring flowering plants and grasses of autumn. Painted in the Tosa School style Bunka Bunsei period or Ogosho pe...
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Antique 19th Century Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

Japanese Two Panel Screen Amorous Cranes and Turtles
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two panel screen: Amorous Cranes and Turtles. In Japan, cranes symbolize fidelity as they mate for life and turtles symbolize longevity. Additionally, this screen also has t...
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Antique 1850s Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Wood, Paper

Japanese Two Panel Screen Summer Flowers on Silver
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two panel screen: Summer flowers on silver. Meiji period painting (1868 - 1912) of Summer flowers including morning glories and daisies against a garden fence. Signature and...
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Antique Early 1900s Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Silver Leaf

Japanese Six-Panel Screen Winter Into Spring
Located in Hudson, NY
With snow-covered willow tree, garden stone and winter berries. Right panels have spring flowers and a view of hills in the distance (likely the Higashiyama Hills painted in Kyoto by...
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Antique 18th Century Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen Winter Into Spring
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen Winter Into Spring
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen Winter Into Spring
  • Japanese Six-Panel Screen Winter Into Spring
H 62.25 in. W 141 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Meiji Two Panel Screen Geese and Reeds
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Fantastic Japanese late Meiji period two-panel byobu screen by Hashimoto Koshu. The large screen features two white geese amid brightly colored reeds. The symbolism of geese and reed...
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20th Century Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

Japanese Showa Two Panel Screen Tagasode, 'Whose Sleeves?'
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Brilliant Japanese Showa period two-panel screen depicting a women's kimono draped over a parcel-gilt lacquered garment rack. Japanese Tagasode or "whose sleeves" is a provocative po...
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20th Century Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Brass

Japanese Six-Panel Screen, a Garden for All Seasons
Located in Hudson, NY
An imaginary garden with flowers from all seasons including spring lilies, summer hibiscuses, autumn chrysanthemums, and winter berries. Wild autumn grasses move in a soft breeze wit...
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Antique 1890s Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

Japanese Two Panel Screen Cockscomb Flowers at Night
Located in Hudson, NY
Evening perspective of spring flowers in bloom. Mineral pigments on silver with a silk brocade border.
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Vintage 1920s Japanese Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood, Paper

Japanese Two-Panel Screen: Ink Landscape on Silk
By Shunyu
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese Two Panel Screen: Ink Landscape on Silk, Meiji period (1868 - 1912) painting of a man riding a mule on a pathway through the Kurotani mountains with a thatched roof shelter ...
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Antique 19th Century Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood

  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen: Ink Landscape on Silk
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen: Ink Landscape on Silk
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen: Ink Landscape on Silk
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen: Ink Landscape on Silk
H 67.75 in. W 74.5 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two-Panel Screen Ikebana on Gold
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two-panel screen: Ikebana on gold. Meiji period (1868-1912) painting of a basket with beautifully arranged spring flowers in the style of ikebana (Japanese traditional flowe...
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Antique Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Ikebana on Gold
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Ikebana on Gold
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Ikebana on Gold
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen Ikebana on Gold
H 72.88 in. W 67.63 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Miniature Six-Panel Screen Gilt Bamboo Grove
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Elegant 20th century Japanese miniature six-panel table screen depicting a bamboo grove in gilt. Printed on a thick, organic mulberry style of paper and mounted in a gilt frame. The ...
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20th Century Japanese Modern Paintings and Screens

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Paper, Wood, Paint

Japanese Two-Panel Screen Full Moon Through Plum Orchard
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two-panel screen: Full moon through plum orchard. Taisho period (1912 - 1926) painting of a full moon shining through the craggy branches of plum trees. Wonderful painting s...
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Vintage 1920s Japanese Taisho Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood

Japanese Two-Panel Screen, Gibbons in the Wild
Located in Hudson, NY
Japanese two-panel screen, gibbons in the wild, masterfully executed ink painting (sumi-e) of a gibbon at the base of an ancient tree. Wonderful examples of brushwork and different p...
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Antique Early 1900s Japanese Meiji Paintings and Screens

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Silk, Wood

  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen, Gibbons in the Wild
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen, Gibbons in the Wild
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen, Gibbons in the Wild
  • Japanese Two-Panel Screen, Gibbons in the Wild
H 57.25 in. W 52.5 in. D .75 in.
Japanese Two-Panel Showa Screen of Two Roosters
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Gorgeous Japanese two-panel Showa period screen depicting two roosters perched on a fence amid spring blossoms and pine. Beautifully illustrated flowering hydrangea, lily, fruiting g...
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20th Century Japanese Showa Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

Japanese Six Panel Screens: Pair of Festival Carts
Located in Hudson, NY
Antique Japanese screen with Festival Cart design. Edo period painting (First half of the 19th century) of one brown lacquer cart and one black lacquer cart, both with exuberant an...
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Antique Early 19th Century Japanese Edo Paintings and Screens

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Gold Leaf

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Japanese Wood Screen For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal Japanese wood screen for your home. Each Japanese wood screen for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using wood, paper and fabric. If you’re shopping for a Japanese wood screen, we have 643 options in-stock, while there are 8 modern editions to choose from as well. Your living room may not be complete without a Japanese wood screen — find older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 21st Century. Each Japanese wood screen bearing Mid-Century Modern, Modern or Art Deco hallmarks is very popular. A well-made Japanese wood screen has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Mitani Toshuku, Bunto Hayashi and Ooka Shunboku are consistently popular.

How Much is a Japanese Wood Screen?

Prices for a Japanese wood screen can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $200 and can go as high as $155,000, while the average can fetch as much as $4,660.

Finding the Right Paintings and Screens for You

Traditional Asian paintings were often created on scrolls and folding screens. Artisans made screens that could be folded up or spread out by connecting several panels using hinges. Today, antique Asian folding screens and paintings are sophisticated decorative accents that can serve as makeshift partitions to ensure privacy.

The original folding screens were created by Chinese artists. The earliest record of screens comes from the 2nd century B.C., and surviving examples date back to the Ming dynasty. Chinese painting utilizes many of the same tools as calligraphy — these screens were crafted from wood with painted panels featuring striking art or calligraphy that told cultural stories or represented nature and life in the area.

The practice was introduced to Japan, where paintings for screens were made on paper and silk, in the 8th century. These paintings frequently feature subjects such as landscapes, animals, flowers and Buddhist religious themes. Along with screens for tea ceremonies and dance backgrounds, there were screens for use in Shinto and Buddhist temples.

In the 17th century, screens began to be imported to Europe where their popularity grew. Coco Chanel famously collected Coromandel folding screens.

Traditional Asian paintings can make a tasteful addition to any wall, and screens can be used as decoration or, in the case of larger iterations, as an aesthetic way to divide a large room. Browse the selection of antique Asian paintings and screens from a variety of styles and eras on 1stDibs.