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KYO SCN112
KYO SCN112

Edo period Japanese Sumie Carp Screen by Onishi Chin-Nen.

KYO SCN112More Details
A two-panel Sumie (black ink painting) screen of 2 carps in a pond signed by Onishi Chin-Nen (1781-1851).

Chin-Nen was a government official under Tokugawa shogunate who loved to paint, and studied Maruyama-style painting under Watanabe Nangaku, and Tani Bucho. Famous for Sumie especially for painting carps and turtles.

It has been re-maounted on silver frame.
It is in good condition.

Size: W 5'9" (174cm), H 5'8" (171.5cm)
Location: Kyoto warehouse
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Price: $975.00

KYO SCN086
KYO SCN086

Japanese Antique Rimpa Style Chrysanthemum Screen

KYO SCN086More Details
Beautiful risen Gofun paint Rimpa Style Chrysanthemum Screen.
Painting is late Edo period and re-mounted later.
One of the pair with SCN085

Size: W 12' (360cm), H 5'8" (173cm)
Location: Kyoto warehouse
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Price: $1600.00

KYO SCN085
KYO SCN085

Japanese Antique Rimpa Style Chrysanthemum Screen

KYO SCN085More Details
Beautiful risen Gofun paint Rimpa Style Chrysanthemum Screen.
Painting is late Edo period and re-mounted later.
One of the pair with SCN086

Size: W 12' (360cm), H 5'8" (173cm)
Location: Kyoto warehouse
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Price: $1600.00

KYO SCN027
KYO SCN027

Japanese Gold Byobu Screen of Flowers and Birds (Spring)

KYO SCN027More Details
Beautiful Edo period Japanese byobu screen of flowers and birds of the spring.
Details are very well painted and professionally repaired where the old damages are.

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Size: W 12'1" (368cm), H 5'7.5" (171.5cm)

Location: Kyoto Warehouse


Price: $3400.00

KYO SCN081
KYO SCN081

Japanese Gold Screen "110 Playing Chinese Children"

KYO SCN081More Details
A pair (KYO SCN082) of Edo period Gold screen.
These large 6 panel screens were painted by Japanese artist. The seal reads Yuuki. 110 Playing Chinese Children is a popular theme of chinese imaginary ideal community or fairlyland.

The owner information is written on back :
Possession of Yoshida Kyuzaburou of Ohmi (Shiga pref.)
Purchased in 3rd year in Keio era in Edo period. (1867)

Size: W 12'5"(380cm), H 5'8" (172cm)
Location: Kyoto Warehouse
$1500 each or $2800 for the pair.

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Price: $1500.00

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