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A two-fold silk on paper screen painted in ink and colour on a silver ground with grasses and shikishi (poem slips) Unknown (19th century Edo/Meiji period)

A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with nadeshiko (pinks). Unknown (19th century Edo/Meji period)

A pair of six-fold paper screens painted in ink and colour on a buff ground with twelve horses in a stable. The stable roof, probably made of cedar bark similar to that still used today in Shinto temples, is hidden behind misty sunago (sprinkled gold) clouds. Each horse is tethered in a separate stall and is depicted in an individual manner either through its pose or markings. (R) Unknown (17th century Edo period)

BYOBU (PARAVENT) À SIX FEUILLES peint à l'encre, à décor d'idéogrammes. Cachets à l'encre rouge et signature sur les première et dernière feuilles. (Petits accidents et restaurations d'usage). Japon, période Meiji (1868-1912). dim. (FEUILLE) 171 X 63,5 CM - dim. (TOTALE) 171 X 376 CM

Paravent deux panneaux (byobu) pour salon de thè figurant une peinture anonyme reprèsentant sur fond de feuilles d'argent des arbustes de hagi (Lespèdèzes) et des plantes susuki (Miscanthus sinensis) devant une pleine lune. Pèriode Showa H.: 85 cm x l.: 94,5 cm Two panel byobu-screen for the tea-room depicting an anonymous painting on silver-leaf with hagi-bush clover and susuki grass before the harvest moon. Showa period

La Gazette Drouot - L'hebdo des ventes aux enchères

There will be snow AND gold leaf (ever notice how gold leaf sounds like snow falling?)

Japanese Screen Painting Byobu, Geese in Snow