Byobu, Folding screen - silk on goldleaf - elegant 6 panel roomdivider with a subdued, but also expressive floral Rinpa style painting. - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

Description
Byobu, Folding screen - silk on goldleaf - elegant 6 panel roomdivider with a subdued, but also expressive floral Rinpa style painting. - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)
Good condition, see description - 171×366×2 cm

Very elegant 6 panel byobu with a subdued, but also expressive Rinpa style painting. It is a continous floral painting on silk on goldleaf screen, depicting from left to right Japanese cypress tree - Hagi bush (Japanese clovers - Lespedeza) - Lilies- autumn asters- peonies - carnations- suzuki grasses - chrysantheum (kiku) - asters.
The Chrysantheum flowers are executed in relief gofun(shell paste). In good original condition, with blue mounting and original hardware. Meiji Period.

These kind of roomdividers can also be easily mounted flat on a wall and be presented as one impressive work of art. Total width: 366 cm (61 cm x 6).

When shipped we will add a certificate of origin. This screen has been acquired at an auction in Kyoto.

The shipping price includes delivery via UPS with professional handling and packaging.

Lot details
Object
Byobu, Folding screen
Material
silk on goldleaf
Period
Meiji period (1868-1912)
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Title of artwork
elegant 6 panel roomdivider with a subdued, but also expressive floral Rinpa style painting.
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
171×366×2 cm
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