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Japanese Two-Panel Screen, Magnolia in Bloom

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Vibrant blue mineral pigments and mica dust on mulberry paper. Deco painting, beautifully executed. Signature unreadable.

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  • Production Time
    Available Now
  • Place of Origin
  • Date of Manufacture
    1920s-1930s
  • Dimensions
    H 71.25 in. x W 67 in. x D .75 in.H 180.98 cm x W 170.18 cm x D 1.91 cm
  • Seller Location
    Hudson, NY
  • Seller Reference Number
    S1606
  • Reference Number
    LU855111097131
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