“Takebun,” from the Musical Drama “The New Piece” (“Shinkyoku”)

“Takebun,” from the Musical Drama “The New Piece” (“Shinkyoku”)

19th c. Japanese Two Panels Screen 5

19th c. Japanese Two Panels Screen 5

Sakai Hōitsu (Japanese, 1761–1828). The Persimmon Tree, 1816. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1957 (57.156.3)

Sakai Hōitsu (Japanese, 1761–1828). The Persimmon Tree, 1816. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1957 (57.156.3)

Inkwash White Plum Blossoms  Kakejiku.

Japanese Fine Art Wall Hanging Scroll Painting Inkwash White Plum Blossoms Kakejiku –1501079

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Japanese Calligraphy,Screens

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)

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