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Ishida Yūtei (石田幽汀; 1721–1786) CATALOGUE INFORMATION Edo period Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper

Ishida Yūtei (石田幽汀; 1721–1786) CATALOGUE INFORMATION Edo period Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper

Irises and MothSuzuki Kiitsu  (鈴木其一; 1796–1858)Edo periodHanging scroll; ink, color, and gold on silk101.6 x 33 cm (40 x 13 in.)Donated to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York by the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation in 2015

Irises and MothSuzuki Kiitsu (鈴木其一; 1796–1858)Edo periodHanging scroll; ink, color, and gold on silk101.6 x 33 cm (40 x 13 in.)Donated to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York by the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation in 2015

A pair of four-fold paper screens painted in ink on a gold ground with take (bamboo) and suzume (sparrows). This right-hand screen depicts three suzume (sparrows) flying over kumazasa (dwarf bamboo).  Signed: Beisen  Inscription: Yuzan suzume wo utsutsu. Sparrows painted by Yuzan.  (19th/20th century Meiji period)

A pair of four-fold paper screens painted in ink on a gold ground with take (bamboo) and suzume (sparrows). This right-hand screen depicts three suzume (sparrows) flying over kumazasa (dwarf bamboo). Signed: Beisen Inscription: Yuzan suzume wo utsutsu. Sparrows painted by Yuzan. (19th/20th century Meiji period)

Plum Trees and Hollyhocks pair of Japanese folding screens. By Ogata Kenzan, Ogata Korin's brother. Edo period byobu.

Plum Trees and Hollyhocks pair of Japanese folding screens. By Ogata Kenzan, Ogata Korin's brother. Edo period byobu.

Ogata Kōrin (1658-1716) - Irises (detail), 1701-02 - Ink and color on paper with gold leaf background - Nezu Art Museum, Tokyo

Ogata Kōrin (1658-1716) - Irises (detail), 1701-02 - Ink and color on paper with gold leaf background - Nezu Art Museum, Tokyo

River-landscape: village and tall trees 19th century  Katsushika Hokusai , (Japanese, 1760-1849) Edo period

River-landscape: village and tall trees 19th century Katsushika Hokusai , (Japanese, 1760-1849) Edo period

The Genroku Era (1688-1704) characterized a time of economic stability as well as a revival in the Japanese arts and architecture.  This flourishing of the arts is evident in this eighteenth century Ogata Korin’s painting, “Irises”, which depicts blue irises on a gold foiled panel screen. The richness and the amount of ink used to paint this “National Treasure" speaks for itself in portraying the prominent cultural explosion of this time.J.Park…

The Genroku Era (1688-1704) characterized a time of economic stability as well as a revival in the Japanese arts and architecture. This flourishing of the arts is evident in this eighteenth century Ogata Korin’s painting, “Irises”, which depicts blue irises on a gold foiled panel screen. The richness and the amount of ink used to paint this “National Treasure" speaks for itself in portraying the prominent cultural explosion of this time.J.Park…

Second Visit to the Red Cliff-     Zengo sekiheki zu     前後赤壁図      Japanese, Edo period, mid-19th century     Kano Tan'en, Japanese, 1805–1853

Second Visit to the Red Cliff- Zengo sekiheki zu 前後赤壁図 Japanese, Edo period, mid-19th century Kano Tan'en, Japanese, 1805–1853

Tiger  Dokokan Ganku  (Japanese, 1749–1838)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk

Tiger Dokokan Ganku (Japanese, 1749–1838) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk

Peacocks and Peonies  Kujaku botan zu  孔雀牡丹図  Japanese, Edo period, mid-19th century  Yamada Kosetsu, Japanese, dates unknown, Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk, MFA

Peacocks and Peonies Kujaku botan zu 孔雀牡丹図 Japanese, Edo period, mid-19th century Yamada Kosetsu, Japanese, dates unknown, Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk, MFA

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