Japanese Four-Panel Rimpa Screen Floral Autumn Landscape


Magnificent Japanese four-panel 19th century Meiji screen. Made in the Rimpa School style depicting a serene floral autumn landscape. Beautifully painted sumi ink and color pigments over gold and silver leaf squares. Delicate flowers of chrysanthemum (kiku), rose (mukuge), morning glory (asaguo), yellow valerian (omingeshi), boneset (fukibakama), and Chinese bellflower (kikyo). There is a meandering pond with an autumn maple tree above. The painting is set in an ebonized frame with a silk brocade border. From an estate in San Francisco, CA. Purchased from Imari Gallery in Sausalito, CA.

Dimensions: 101.5"w x .75"d x 67"h

Circa: Late 19th-Early 20th Century, Japan

Materials: Paper, Gold Leaf, Wood, Silver Leaf, Silk, Brass

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Age appropriate minor wear at seams as seen in photos.

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