19th Century Chinese Qing Four-Panel Coromandel Screen Immortals


Stunning 19th century Chinese late Qing dynasty four-panel Coromandel screen depicting Taoist eight immortals. The screen features lacquer incised panels with beautifully faded colors and a fine craquelure finish on the lacquer. The figural landscape is decorated with white cranes, ancient trees, and ruyi cloud designs. The reverse side is decorated with Chinese script calligraphy. The lacquered panels are thick and heavy having desirable wear and patina. From an estate in Bel Air, CA.

Dimensions: 85"w x 1"d x 84.5"h

Circa: 19th Century, China

Materials: Wood, Brass

Condition: Distressed, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted with an aged patina on the lacquer as seen in photos. Age appropriate wear and fading.

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