Japanese Edo Two-Panel Screen Flowers of Autumn


Impressive early 19th century Japanese Edo period two-panel screen featuring flowering plants and grasses of autumn. Painted in the Tosa School style Bunka Bunsei period or Ogosho period (1804-1829) signed Juroki-i-jo (upper junior sixth rank) Mansanori Saida with seal. Beautiful ink and color moriage pigments on paper with gold flecks. Appears to have been associated with a family of Confucian scholars in Kyoto. Set in a dark red lacquered frame with a gold silk border. From an estate in San Francisco, CA.

Dimensions: 74"w x .75"d x 68"h

Circa: Early 19th Century, Japan

Materials: Paper, Wood, Silk

Condition: Fair, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted with age appropriate wear. Fading, foxing, light stains and old repairs as seen in photos. Losses on back side.

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