Folding screen - painting on silk - subtle but still dynamic painting of many chidori birds or plovers against a golden silk background - Japan - Taisho - Early Showa period

Description
Folding screen - painting on silk - subtle but still dynamic painting of many chidori birds or plovers against a golden silk background - Japan - Taisho - Early Showa period
Good condition, see description - 172×360×2 cm

6 panel roomdivider screen (byobu) with a very empty and subtle but still dynamic painting of many chidori birds (千鳥, Japanese for "a thousand birds" or "plover") flying and sitting on branches. Against an empty golden space and suzuki grasses.Painted on golden silk. In good original condition with some traces of age. On the backside of the screen the two outer panel paperbackings have been
replaced.

Height : 172 cm. Total width 360 cm ( 6 x times 60 cm).

This kind of roomdivider is light of weight and can also be easily mounted flat on a wall and be presented as one impressive work of art.

Certificate of Authenticity will be added.

Lot will be carefully packed and sent by registered shipping.

Lot details
Object
Folding screen
Material
painting on silk
Period
Taisho - Early Showa period
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Title of artwork
subtle but still dynamic painting of many chidori birds or plovers against a golden silk background
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
172×360×2 cm
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