probably…NAGATA Shunsui（永田 春水 Japanese, pair of Taisho period, two-fold paper screens painted in ink and color on a buff and sprinkled gold ground, with sparrows flying through a forest of white cedar, lacquer and chestnut trees.
This screen and its mate, displayed in a case on the opposite wall, were inspired by a two-panel screen of the same subject by his brother Ogata Kŏrin On the right screen here, Kenzan depicted the spring flowers camellia and plum
Pair of six-fold paper screens Ink and mineral colour on gold and paper ground A pair of six-fold paper screens painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with tsuru (cranes) and matsu (pine trees) 174 x 373 cm Japan, century, Edo period
PARAVENT À DEUX FEUILLES sur fond or, papillons survolant des pivoines et volubilis fleuries dans des herbes sauvages (restaurations). Japon, XVIIe - XVIIIe siècle. H_174 cm Feuille: L_94 cm Bibliographie: L'oeil, L'art sous toutes ses formes, n° 316 novembre 1981 Les paravents japonais à fond d'or, Monelle Hayot, reproduit sous le n° 3