Antique Japanese Six-Panel Screen
SOLD Japanese six-panel screen dating from the late 1800's to around 1925. The composition is a landscape of gnarled maple trees with birds and the addition of conifers, bamboo. and lichen. Painted with Sumi ink on paper. The bamboo branches and lichen have ground minerals incorporated into the ink to provide texture. Broad areas of the screen has flecks of silver-alloy leaf which would have provided extra sparkles in its original candlelit setting. The perspective of depth is enhanced and by varying the intensity of color in the sumi ink. The red lacquered frame is in good condition for its age. There are some rubbed areas on the panels and subtle water damage. A good example of screens from this period, It is signed by the artist and has his chop. Previously owned by the first president of Southern University.Shipping of this selection to your location within the continental United States is
$293Delivery generally within 10-14 days or less.
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