A Tsutsugaki futongawa item used in the Kyushu region during the Edo period. In Tsutsugaki, it is a bold pattern composition that is rarely seen. The cotton is hand-spun. The surrealistic screen composition makes vivid peony flowers stand out in the indigo-colored night space. The color composition is similar to that of Yuzen-some. The creators delicately delineated the details, boldly drawn the skeleton, and removed many flowers and leaves from the peony that blooms surrounded by many flowers and leaves. That was the intention of the orderer. It seems to recall the anecdote of a wise man who took away all the Asagao flowers in the garden in order to bring out the Asagao flowers in a tea ceremony. This Tsutsugaki screen has an idea development similar to "Wabi" and "Sabi". In the case of this item, the comfortable indigo night space makes the peony flower shine. However, since it is an area that prefers excessive flashiness, it seems that the screen could not be made into a single flower. As a result, the pale indigo flowers have a presence in the center.
The simple design of Edo is the ultimate expression of good expression.There is one slight rub and a light discoloration.
But overall it is in very good condition.
size::Length 156cm ( 61.4") Width 96cm( 37.7")Box G