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Japanese Folding Screen Four Panels

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Japanese four-panel screen, the work of a painter from the first half of the 19th century, of the Rinpa school. Four panels painted with ink on gold leaf and "gofun" on vegetable paper. Rinpa is one of the major historical schools of Japanese painting. The style was consolidated by the brothers Ogata Korin (1658–1716) and Ogata Kenzan (1663–1743). This screen has a very clean design that leaves plenty of space for the beautiful golden landscape. The storage conditions are very good and the panel hinges are sturdy. It comes flat and you can hang it easily with our hooks. Lucio Morini guarantees the authenticity and provenance of the work. The seriousness of the antique dealer is certain thanks to the long experience of over 40 years of activity serving numerous customers in Italy and around the world.
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