Byobu, Folding screen - Paper - 2 panel sumié ink painting with a subtle painting of bamboo trees against a hazy goldish background - Japan - Meiji - Taisho period

Description
Byobu, Folding screen - Paper - 2 panel sumié ink painting with a subtle painting of bamboo trees against a hazy goldish background - Japan - Meiji - Taisho period
Good condition, see description - 171.5×188×2 cm

2 panel sumié ink painting with a subtle painting of bamboo trees against a hazy goldish background. Signed Kano Eishin (Yamaya Eishin) on one panel. Apparently Eishin was an inspiration for the person who signed on the other panel, the painter Jo'un. In good original condition with one very small puncture in the right panel. and some minor superfacial wear. Mounting in beige brocade with flower design.

Height: 171,5 -Total width 188 cm (2 x 94 cm).

These kind of roomdividers are very light and can therefore also be easily mounted flat on a wall and be presented as one work of art.

Certificate of Authenticity will be added.

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

Lot details
Object
Byobu, Folding screen
Material
Paper
Period
Meiji - Taisho period
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Title of artwork
2 panel sumié ink painting with a subtle painting of bamboo trees against a hazy goldish background
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
171.5×188×2 cm
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