Japanese Edo Style Six Panel Screen Horses in Stable


Fantastic Japanese Showa period six-panel screen depicting horses in a stable. Made after the famous Edo period Kano school design but in the 20th century Nihonga school. Ink and natural mineral pigments on gold leaf and mulberry paper. Set in a black lacquered wood frame with a silk brocade border. The painting has rare green tones dominating the scene with figures playing games as monkeys and dogs play. Horse stable motif paintings were popular with Edo period noblemen depicting samurai class. From an estate in San Francisco, CA.

Dimensions: 81"w x .75"d x 37"h

Circa: Mid-20th Century, Japan

Materials: Gold Leaf, Paper, Wood, Silk

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Excellent joinery and craftsmanship with age appropriate wear as seen in photos.

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