GOLD LEAF SCREEN PHESEANT TB11

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A Japanese spring themed six panel folding screen (byôbu) with dramatic sumi-e ink painting on a gold leaf (kinpaku) ground. The screen depicts a mated pair of pheasants resting on a old plum tree. The pheasant and plum tree are traditional symbols of spring.The call of the pheasant is closely associated with spring. A small grove of bamboo is to the left. Bamboo is a symbol of strength and flexibility, traits to be emulated. With minor wear and damage from age and use.        
Edo Period (1600-1868)
149½” high x 65¾” wide

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