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Japanese Six-panel Folding Screen, Meiji Period (1868-1912), ca. 1885

Japanese Six-panel Folding Screen, Meiji Period (1868-1912), ca. 1885

Item Description:

Large six-panel folding screen, ink and color on paper, remounted against a silver paper ground, depicting Kano School birds for takagari (falconry) tethered by tasseled cords to a wooden post, each panel bearing two seals


Rubbing, foxing, wear and losses throughout, paper is toned, areas of damage to reverse (see images). Our Specialists are currently finalizing the condition statement for this work. If you have specific condition questions, please contact Condition statement will be provided prior to shipment.


Acquired by the current owner in Kyoto, Japan, 2007


Height 67.25 in. x Width 137 in. x Depth 1 in.


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SKU: 01tj0000003ZrWFAA0

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Japanese Six-panel Folding Screen, Meiji Period (1868-1912), ca. 1885

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