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A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with momiji (maple) in autumn. Ryōsaku of the Rimpa school (19th century Meiji period)

A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with momiji (maple) in autumn. Ryōsaku of the Rimpa school century Meiji period)

"Trees and Plants of the Four Seasons," Muromachi period, about 1500 (Japan)

Trees and Plants of the Four Seasons, attributed to Tosa Mitsunobu, circa Muromachi period pair of screens, Ink and colors on paper with gold wash

Korin Ogata, Edo Period

"Red and White Plum Trees," Ogata Korin Edo period, century. Pair of Japanese folding screens.

Suzuki Kiitsu. 1854. Four Seasons screen. Right of a pair of Japanese folding screens. 漆絵 鈴木其一の名作_四季花鳥図

Suzuki Kiitsu. 1854. Four Seasons screen. Right of a pair of Japanese folding screens. 漆絵 鈴木其一の名作_四季花鳥図

Detail. Pheasants and pine trees byobu. One of a pair. 雉松木図屏風. Japan. 1650-1750 Materials: Ink and colors on paper with gold leaf. Kano school. Asian Art Museum

Pheasants and pine trees byobu. Materials: Ink and colors on paper with gold leaf.

江戸奇想、岩佐又兵衛、狩野山雪、伊藤若冲、曾我蕭白、長沢芦雪、歌川国芳、絵金、月岡芳年

The Old Plum, Edo period ca. 1645 Attributed to Kano Sansetsu (Japanese, ca. Four sliding door panels (fusuma); ink, color, gold leaf on paper Source: Attributed to Kano Sansetsu: The Old Plum

Morning Glories, Edo period (1615–1868), 19th century  Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858)  Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper

Morning Glories, Edo period century Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper 70 x 149 in.

A pair of six-fold paper screens painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with ume (plum) and take (bamboo) in a rocky river landscape. (L) Kansai Mori Kōshuku (19th century Meiji period)

A pair of six-fold paper screens painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with ume (plum) and take (bamboo) in a rocky river landscape. (L) Kansai Mori Kōshuku century Meiji period)

72. 月に秋草図屏風, Moon and Autumn Grasses - Studio of Tawaraya Sōtatsu - Edo period (mid- to late 17th century)

月に秋草図屏風, Moon and Autumn Grasses - Studio of Tawaraya Sōtatsu - Edo period (mid- to late century)

Four seasons flower bird figure Japanese folding screen. Kano School. 四季花鳥図屏風 狩野常信

Four seasons flower bird figure Japanese folding screen. Kano School. 四季花鳥図屏風 狩野常信

Autumn Grasses (folding screen) Edo period (1615–1868) Date: first half of the 17th century Culture: Japan

Autumn Grasses Period:Edo period Date:first half of the century Culture:Japan Medium:Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink and color on gilt paper

Chrysanthemums. Style of Tawaraya Sôtatsu (Japanese, died about 1642). Japanese folding screen. 17th–18th century. MFA Boston.

One of a pair of Japanese screens: Chrysanthemums. century Style of Tawaraya Sôtatsu (Japanese, died about

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