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Large Japanese 6-panel byôbu 屏風 (folding screen) with genre painting

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  • Large Japanese 6-panel byôbu 屏風 (folding screen) with Edo genre painting
    Located in Amsterdam, NL
    Remarkable and large six-panel byôbu (folding screen) with a detailed genre painting on gold leaf of different scenes of the town Yoshida, one of the Tôkaidô road stations. It shows ...
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  • Low Japanese 6-panel byôbu 屏風 (folding screen) with genre painting
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    A nice, low, very decorative 6-panel byôbu (folding screen) features a continuous genre painting capturing various facets of daily life during the Edo period. It includes scenes such...
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  • Large Japanese 6-panel byôbu 屏風 (folding screen) with chrysanthemum garden
    Located in Amsterdam, NL
    A very colourful and captivating large six-panel byôbu (folding screen) with a refined continuous painting of a luscious flower garden filled with many different types of chrysanthemums (kiku), next to a winding river. This multi-coloured painting is set on a shiny gold-leaf background, and the chrysanthemum flowers are painted by using shell paste (gofun) in low relief. Several clutches with a great variety of chrysanthemum flowers are in full bloom and they each show their unique form and colour. Varying from white, red, yellow and pink. The flowers bloom all around and on different kinds of bamboo fences and trellises. In Japan chrysanthemums are believed to represent happiness, love, longevity and joy. The panels are surrounded by two silk borders, a thin black one, and a wide brown one. The screen is protected by a black and red negoro’nuri...
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    Antique Late 19th Century Japanese Paintings and Screens

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  • Large Japanese byôbu 屏風 (folding screen) with Nanga School-style painting
    Located in Amsterdam, NL
    A captivating large six-panel byôbu (folding screen) with a refined Nanga School-style painting of a peaceful mountain landscape along a river. A large Chinese pavilion sits at the base of a tall towering cliff, next to a large curving pine tree (matsu). A junk with fishing nets is docked near the complex. This pavilion is looking over a small village in the distance, where several thatched roofs an figures are visible. Across the wide river, even the rooftops of the next village can be seen. This painting is made using black ink (sumi) on an goldish oxidized silver leaf background. Silver leaf continuously undergoes the process of oxidation, which creates a beautiful aged patina. The screen is signed in the lower left corner by an artist named Kômokuken. Mounted by two silk borders, a thin blue and white one, and a broad brown one with a crane motif. Protected by a black lacquer frame with original hardware. Dimensions: Total width: 145.51 in/369.6 cm (2 x 24.80 in/63 cm, 4 x 23.97 in/60.9 cm), Height: 68.11 in/173 cm. The folding screen is ideal for mounting flat on a wall and presenting as a single work of art. Nanga ( "Southern painting...
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  • Large Japanese 6-panel byôbu 屏風 (folding screen) of perched taka 鷹 (hawks)
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    Wonderful large six-panel byôbu (folding screen) covered with six separate hanging scroll paintings (kakejiku) depicting different taka (hawks) perched on rocks and branches situated...
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    A striking low and wide two-panel furosaki’byôbu (tea-ceremony room divider) painted with two bright white dragons (ryû) flying amidst swirling black clouds. The left dragon holds a ...
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    Early 20th Century Japanese Paintings and Screens

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    Wood, Paper

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  • Japanese Four-Panel Folding Screen Byobu Signed Showa Period C.1950
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