Offered by: Naga Antiques
536 Warren St. Hudson, NY 12534 , United States Call Seller 518.828.8585


Pair of Japanese 6 Panel Screens: Unusual and Rare Audubon Painting of Waterfowl

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  • Description
    This Edo period (c. 1700) pair is of several species of birds on a shoreline and in the water, some quite unusual, like the Seagull for example. Beautifully painted realistic representation of each bird with accurate coloring and details. Mineral pigments on mulberry paper with clouds of heavy gold (perhaps representing morning mist). In exceptionally good condition. Artist seal reads Norimichi (Dotoku). Measurements listed are for each screen.
  • More Information
    Origin: Japan
    Period: 18th Century
    Creation Date: 1700
    Styles / Movements: Asian Art
    Dealer Reference #: S1482-83
    Incollect Reference #: 700131
  • Dimensions
    W. 148 in; H. 67 in; D. 0.75 in;
    W. 375.92 cm; H. 170.18 cm; D. 1.91 cm;
Message from Seller:

Naga Antiques celebrates 45 years as a leading source of fine Asian antiques, specializing in Japanese screens, bronzes, ceramics, porcelains, fine lacquer objects, sculpture, and furniture. Our inventory of over 300 Japanese screens ranges from the 16th century to the 20th century. Our gallery also features Art Deco, American Modern, Continental, and Biedermeier furniture and assorted objects

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