Pair of Japanese Iris Screens on Gilt After Ogata Korin


Dramatic pair of Japanese two-panel screens depicting Kakitsubata or flowering Irises on a gilt gold leaf background after Ogata Korin (Japanese 1658-1716). The screens feature abstracted blue Japanese irises in bloom with green foliage having a repeating pattern style. Rinpa School large size screens with ink and color pigments on gold-leaf squares. Set in lacquered black wooden frames. From an estate in San Francisco, CA.

Dimensions: 53.5"w x .75"d x 53.5"h

Circa: Mid-20th Century, Japan

Materials: Paper, Gold leaf, Wood

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Excellent joinery with age appropriate wear and fading.

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