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Japanese Screen: Moon and Wild Grasses on Silver | 1880

Japanese Screen: Moon and Wild Grasses on Silver | 1880

Japanese Screen - Silver Moon and Wild Grasses - (Plains of Matsushino) Gold dust on mulberry paper.  c.1920

Japanese Screen - Silver Moon and Wild Grasses - (Plains of Matsushino) Gold dust on mulberry paper. c.1920

6848 A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with autumn flowers and grasses. Seal: Inen Japan 17th century Edo period Dimensions: H. 54½" x W. 109¼" (138cm x 277cm)

6848 A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with autumn flowers and grasses. Seal: Inen Japan 17th century Edo period Dimensions: H. 54½" x W. 109¼" (138cm x 277cm)

SHIMOMURA Kanzan 下村観山:木の間の秋 (1907)

SHIMOMURA Kanzan 下村観山:木の間の秋 (1907)

Matsumura Keibun. Quail Feeding Amidst Susuki and Kikyō. Some of the panels of a silk painting depicting quail feeding by moonlight amidst kikyō (Chinese bellflowers) and susuki (pampas grass).1830. Ink, color, gold, and silver on silk

Matsumura Keibun. Quail Feeding Amidst Susuki and Kikyō. Some of the panels of a silk painting depicting quail feeding by moonlight amidst kikyō (Chinese bellflowers) and susuki (pampas grass).1830. Ink, color, gold, and silver on silk

pair of two-fold paper screens painted in ink on a buff ground with abstract calligraphy which loosely translates as, “From Morning to Evening (let your spirit) Soar”.    Seal: Teruko    Japan 19th/20th century Meiji period

pair of two-fold paper screens painted in ink on a buff ground with abstract calligraphy which loosely translates as, “From Morning to Evening (let your spirit) Soar”. Seal: Teruko Japan 19th/20th century Meiji period

Deer, by Maruyama Okyo, Edo Period, 18th c, Kyoto National Museum. Two-panel Japanese folding screen. In this painting, only two deer are depicted, and all the rest of the screen is coated with gold foil. The depictions were carried out in a realistic style which Okyo was skilled at. The decorative style in the tradition of Sotatsu and Korin with the use of accurate realism are well combined in this painting.

Deer, by Maruyama Okyo, Edo Period, 18th c, Kyoto National Museum. Two-panel Japanese folding screen. In this painting, only two deer are depicted, and all the rest of the screen is coated with gold foil. The depictions were carried out in a realistic style which Okyo was skilled at. The decorative style in the tradition of Sotatsu and Korin with the use of accurate realism are well combined in this painting.

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