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Ishida Yūtei (石田幽汀; 1721–1786), Flock of Cranes, second half of the 18th century. Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper. Mary Griggs Burke Collection, gift of the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation.

Flock of Cranes, second half of the century. Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper. Mary Griggs Burke Collection, gift of the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation.

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Un par de gorriones se posa en una vid. Pintado con tinta y pigmentos en seda. Shunkin de firmado y sellado. Urakami Shunkin (1779-1846) fue un pintor japonés Nanga (literatos sur) activo durante finales del período Edo (1603-1867). Él era el hijo mayor y una pupila de Uragami Gyokudo (1745-1820), de quien aprendió la pintura. Shunkin era también adepto en el pájaro y la flor, así como pinturas del paisaje. Él era también destacan en la caligrafía, la poesía así como un excelente valuador…

Japanese Fine Art Wall Hanging Painting Antique Sparrows in Grapes Hanging Scroll Kakejiku-120555

Sparrows in Grapes by Urakami Shunkin Japanese Hanging Scroll painting Kakejiku.

Kotozuka Eiichi (1906-1976) 琴塚英一 Owl and Cherry Blossoms, ca.1950′s

Kotozuka Eiichi (1906-1976) 琴塚英一 Owl and Cherry Blossoms, ca.1950′s

Pair of six-fold paper screens Ink and mineral colour on gold and paper ground A pair of six-fold paper screens painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with tsuru (cranes) and matsu (pine trees) 174 x 373 cm Japan, century, Edo period

Suzuki Kason, Pine, Bird and Spider, a 2-fold screen painting Japan Meiji era, late 19th - early 20th century AD

Suzuki Kason, Pine, Bird and Spider, a screen painting Japan Meiji era, late - early century AD

A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with ume (plum), a broken bamboo fence and a seguro-sekirei (wagtail) in a rocky river landscape. Unknown (17th century Edo period)

A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with ume (plum), a broken bamboo fence and a seguro-sekirei (wagtail) in a rocky river landscape.

MATSUBAYASHI Keigetsu(松林桂月 Japanese, 1876-1963) Ripening Grapes(Pair of byobu or folding screens in two panels)1934 painted on silk in sumi ink, gofun or clam shell gesso, and mineral pigments more...

iamjapanese: “ MATSUBAYASHI Keigetsu(松林桂月 Japanese, Ripening Grapes(Pair of byobu or folding screens in two painted on silk in sumi ink, gofun or clam shell gesso, and mineral.

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