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Silverized Four-Panel Japanese Bamboo Screen

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1900   item# 1090496 (stock# R362)

Silverized Four-Panel Japanese Bamboo Screen
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917-675-1369


$23,500 

A rare late Edo Period four-panel silverized Japanese Screen. A fine scholar's composition of bamboo, rocks, and a swallow in flight. A beautifully painted sumi, with a fine oxidized silverized patina. It appears to have the original brocade frame. The screen is in extraordinary condition for its age. A superb, museum quality screen and an important find. Height: 40 inches, 101.5 cm; Width: 72 inches, 183 cm.


Fine Japanese Edo Period Silver Rimpa Flower Screen

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1900   item# 1204548 (stock# R646)

Fine Japanese Edo Period Silver Rimpa Flower Screen
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917-675-1369


$22,500 

Japanese Late Edo Period 19th Century Silver Rimpa Flower Screen, a fine masterpiece. Rimpa School represents the highest standard of decorative painting of all schools of Japanese painting. The flowers and other elements are raised by the use of Gofun (oyster shell lacquer). The flowers seem to jump from the silver field. This finely painted masterpiece features wonderful color on silver leaf. Each Panel: 51h x 24.25w inches, 129.5h x 61.5w cm; Total Dimensions: 51h x 97w inches, 129.5h x 246w cm.


Stunning, Very Fine Meiji Period Snow Cranes Screen

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1900   item# 697729 (stock# R1)

Stunning, Very Fine Meiji Period Snow Cranes Screen
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917-675-1369


$17,500 

Japanese Two Panel Screen of Snow Cranes on a Willow Tree. This great masterpiece is one of the most amazing screen paintings we have seen. Each Snow Crane is painted with its own personality and attitude, using the finest pigments and Gofun (Oyster Shell Lacquer). All of the elements of this painting are just magical. Brocade borders in a black lacquered frame make this two panel screen complete this work of art. 66 inches (167.5 cm)w x 62 inches (157.5 cm)h. Excellent Condition. From a prominent and widely exhibited collection.


Japanese Antique Screen, Owl in Bamboo Forest by Kouro

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1920   item# 697816 (stock# R88)

Japanese Antique Screen, Owl in Bamboo Forest by Kouro
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917-675-1369


$15,400 

Japanese Late Meiji Period Two Panel Owl Screen featuring a solitary owl perched on a wind blown bamboo, entwined by vines with clusters of red berries. Signed by Kouro. Nihonga School - ink and color on paper painting in tarashikomi, a technique that achieves shading through pooling successive layers of partially dried pigment. 68.5 inches (174 cm)h x 67 inches (170 cm)w. Very Good Condition. Minor Repairs. From a prominent and widely exhibited collection.


19th Century Japanese Rimpa Style Nature Screen

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1900   item# 697807 (stock# R102)

19th Century Japanese Rimpa Style Nature Screen
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917-675-1369


$12,000 

19th Century Japanese Late Edo Period Two Panels Rimpa Flower Screens. Rimpa School represents the highest standard of decorative painting of all schools of Japanese painting. The flowers and other elements are raised by the use of Gofun (Oyster Shell Lacquer). This masterpiece features wonderful color with gilding and silver leaf. A great work of art. 67.5 inches (171.5 cm)h x 48 inches (122 cm)w. Very Good Condition. From a prominent and widely exhibited collection.


Early 19th C. Four Panel Screen Painting of Court Scene

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1001206 (stock# R7)

Early 19th C. Four Panel Screen Painting of Court Scene
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917-675-1369


$6500 

Japanese Edo Period Four Panel Screen Painting of a Court Scene. This elegant image is finely painted with floating gold leaf clouds, pine and willow trees, and brings the viewer into the intimacy of the court chamber. The figures are wonderfully animated with expressive faces. 100.5 x 36 inches, 255 x 91.5 cm.


Fine 18th Cty. Silver Leaf Japanese Screen of a Phoenix

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1800   item# 697673 (stock# R104)

Fine 18th Cty. Silver Leaf Japanese Screen of a Phoenix
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917-675-1369


$6400 

Early 18th Century Japanese Two Panel Screen Painting featuring a spectacular Phoenix. Exquisitely painted with silver leaf on paper. Original brocade borders. Screens this early are very rare, and screens of these proportions are rarely seen. 28 inches (71 cm)w x 24 inches 61 cm)h. Good Condition. From a prominent and widely exhibited collection.


Rare 18th Century Japanese Tea Ceremony Screen

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1800   item# 1204547 (stock# R645)

Rare 18th Century Japanese Tea Ceremony Screen
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917-675-1369


$5900 

Rare 18th Century Japanese Tea Ceremony Screen Painting of a Pine Tree. Exquisite painting on gold leaf. Set in a wood frame with a sumptuous silk brocade border. Featuring two poems on the back. The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea. Frame: 26 x 19 inches, 66 x 48.25 cm; Painting: 21 x 13 inches, 52.25 x 33 cm.


Finely Painted Six-Panel Japanese Crane Screen

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1920   item# 1192429 (stock# R639)

Finely Painted Six-Panel Japanese Crane Screen
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$5000 

Finely Painted Six-Panel Crane Screen, in various poses with leaves and flowers on a charcoal silver background. A highly styled creation of the Taisho Period. Taisho screens are very much sort after today for their unique beauty and the way that they complement a contemporary setting. Each Panel: 30h x 13w inches, 76h x 33w cm; total Dimensions: 30h x 80w inches, 76h x 203 cm.


Pair of Table Top Gold Leaf Japanese Screen Paintings

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Dolls: Pre 1900   item# 897065 (stock# R278)

Pair of Table Top Gold Leaf Japanese Screen Paintings
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917-675-1369


$4750 

An exceptional Pair of Small Japanese Six Panel Gold Leaf Screens that were part of a Girl's Day Hina display. They depict Imperial children playing in a beautiful setting. Wonderfully detailed paintings and a fresh image of childhood. They are in near mint condition, unusual for their age. 31w x 13 h inches, 78.5w x 33h cm.


Edo Period Pine Tree and Landscape Gold Painted Screen

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1800   item# 1090513 (stock# R328)

Edo Period Pine Tree and Landscape Gold Painted Screen
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917-675-1369


SOLD 

18th Century Japanese Two Panel painted Screen of a Pine Tree and Landscape, set in gold painted clouds floating in the image. An exceptional classic Japanese masterpiece. The presence of this image changes with the light of the room. The painting techniques are sumptuous, giving the image a heightened realistic experience. A similar screen was sold by Liza Hyde to the Rockefeller collection. Height: 74.75 inches, 190 cm; Width: 67.25 inches, 171 cm.


Compassion Goddess Meditation Screen,Kinugawa Masayoshi

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1950   item# 1001215 (stock# R51)

Compassion Goddess Meditation Screen,Kinugawa Masayoshi
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SOLD 

The inscription on the back reads: Inori (Meditation) by Kinugawa Masayoshi (born 1912 in Higemi, Hyogo) of the Bijyutsuin Inyuu art organization. Japanese Two Panel Screen painting of Kannon Bodhisattva, the Goddess of Compassion and Mercy. The painting is a masterpiece, using the technique whereby minerals and semi-precious stones are ground into the paint, creating the most spectacular effects. Also, gold and black lacquer add highlights. This marvelous piece will stand out in any environment. 74h x 68w inches, 188h x 172.5w cm.


Very Fine 18th Century Screen of 4 Seasons and Kimonos

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1800   item# 697766 (stock# R101)

Very Fine 18th Century Screen of 4 Seasons and Kimonos
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18th Century Japanese Two Panel Painted Screen. All four seasons are represented here, with the background representing Winter and the kimono patterns representing Spring, Summer, and Fall. This is an unusual and creative take on the tagasode (whose sleeves?) genre of screen painting that usually depicts interiors. The pair of kimono poetically speak of a romantic liaison. The colors are breathtaking and the painting technique is pure master work. 68 inches (173 cm)w x 60 inches (152.5 cm)h. Excellent Condition. From a prominent and widely exhibited collection.

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