Pair of Japanese Edo Rinpa School Screens after Sostesu


Impressive pair of 17th century Japanese Edo period Rinpa school screens made in the manner and style of Tawaraya Sosetsu (1570-1640). Beautifully decorated with wild flowers and grasses. Ink on paper with gold flecks set in lacquered frames. Each having an artist three character seal. From an estate in Beverly Hills, CA.

Dimensions: 131"w x .75"d x 60.5"h

Circa: Late 17th-Early 18th Century, Japan

Materials: Paper, Wood, Gold Leaf

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted with age appropriate wear including losses, fading, stains, and wear as seen in photos.

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