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Japanese Two-Panel Meiji Screen of Sika Deer


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Captivating Japanese two-panel Meiji period screen depicting three Japanese Sika deer in foliage under a tree. Beautifully textured painting with layers of gilt colors and patterns. Colorful blue flowers arising on the forest floor and a green leaved tree above the deer. Sika deer are considered sacred because of their significance in the Shinto religion. Set in a later ebonized wood frame with brass accents.

Dimensions: 60"w x .75"d x 58"h

Circa: Early 20th Century, Japan

Materials: Ebonized Wood, Gilt Paper, Brass

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Age appropriate wear with loss on bottom right panel as seen in photos.

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