536 Warren St. Hudson, NY 12534 United States 518.828.8585
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$ 28,000

Japanese Two Panel Screen: Hollyhocks

Origin Japan
Period 18th Century
W. 71 in; H. 23.5 in; D. 0.75 in;
W. 180.34 cm; H. 59.69 cm; D. 1.91 cm;
Description Edo period (18th century) furosaki screen (tea screen), with seal of the artist: Jakyu. Korin School painting, emplyoing Kenzan style of split image. (see "Morning Glories" Metropolitan Museum of Art for comparison). Illustrated in Masterpeces of Japanese Screens, muromachi through Edo Periods, Japan, plate #40, mineral pigments on paper.
Styles / Movements Asian Art
Dealer Reference Number S1640
Incollect Reference Number 454452
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