Attributed to Hasegawa Tōgaku, "Waves and Rocks," Momoyama period, early 17th century. Right screen from a pair of six-panel folding screens: ink and gold on paper with sections covered with gold foil. Private Collection YaleNews | 'Byōbu: The Grandeur of Japanese Screens' at Yale Art Gallery
Bridge and Willows 柳橋図屏風 Japanese, Momoyama period -Edo period, 17th century Formerly attributed to Kano Eitoku, Japanese, 1543–1590, Six-panel folding screen; ink, color, gold, and silver on paper, MFA
Impressive early 20th Century Japanese lacquer six panel divider screen Realized: $ 375
Landscape with banana plants and peonies Yano Sessô (1714-1777) Mid Edo Period (1615-1867) Six-fold screen Ink, pigments and gofun on gold-leaf ground, 181x380 cm Signed: 法橋雪叟筆 (Hôkyô Sessô hitsu) Artist's seals Being at the service of the Hosokawa clan, works from the Yano school painters are preserved in the Eisei-Bunko.