Maize and Coxcomb, Century, by an unknown artist (Rinpa School). Color and ink on gold leaf. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens.
The left-hand folding screen of the Important Cultural Property, “Wisteria,” painted by Maruyama Ōkyo around Winding branches of wisteria span across a solid gold background.
Netsuke in avorio raffigurante un Karyōbinga
Landscape with banana plants and peonies Yano Sessô (1714-1777) Mid Edo Period (1615-1867) Six-fold screen Ink, pigments and gofun on gold-leaf ground, 181x380 cm Signed: 法橋雪叟筆 (Hôkyô Sessô hitsu) Artist's seals Being at the service of the Hosokawa clan, works from the Yano school painters are preserved in the Eisei-Bunko.
Landscape and Chinese Figures (Kaihei kisyô zu byôbu, 海浜奇勝図屏風)- (right) Edo period TYPE: Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink on gilded paper DIMENSIONS: 67 x 146 in. x cm) Collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Solitary Plum Tree Six-panel screen Rinpa school artist Edo period century Ink and mineral colours on gold and silver leaf H x W cm
酒井抱一 桜花図屏風 SAKAI, Houitsu "Ouka-zu Byoubu"
Japanese antique folding screen Byobu
One of a pair of six-panel folding screens. Ink, colour and gold on paper in the style of Watanabe Shikô (Japanese, and text text courtesy MFA Boston.