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The Plovers over the Sea Shores Screen

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The Plovers over the Sea Shores Screen Period: 18th century (Edo period) Size: 360 x 170 cm (141.7 x 66.9 inches) SKU: PA39 Travel back in time with this classic Edo period screen, depicting a serene seaside landscape through the delicate depiction of sea shores with pines and a flock of plovers in flight. This 18th-century masterpiece is a testament to the timeless beauty of Japanese nature scenes. The screen features a harmony of pines standing resiliently by the sea, a scene that has been an inspiration in Japanese art for centuries. Plovers skimming over the water's surface add a dynamic element to the serene backdrop, symbolizing good fortune and the eternal dance between the earth and sky. This screen does more than decorate a room; it encapsulates the spirit of an era known for its rich cultural tapestry and reverence for the natural world. Its presence in any collection or space promises to inspire and bring peace and natural beauty. For more details, DM us.
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 66.93 in (170 cm)Width: 141.74 in (360 cm)Depth: 0.79 in (2 cm)
  • Style:
    Edo (Of the Period)
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  • Place of Origin:
  • Period:
  • Date of Manufacture:
    unknown
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  • Seller Location:
    Fukuoka, JP
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU8121239097272
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