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Detail 2: "Maize and Coxcomb" (Edo period, 1615-1868), one of a pair of six-panel folding screens and consisting of ink, colors, and gold on paper, emphasizes depiction.

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.

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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.

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.

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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.

Nagasawa Rosetsu . 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 3/8 x 146 3/4 in. (171.1 x 372.7 cm) Collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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, Rinpa school artist, Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century

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"

酒井抱一 桜花図屏風 SAKAI, Houitsu "Ouka-zu Byoubu"

Japanese antique folding screen Byobu

Japanese antique folding screen Byobu

‘Autumn Plants’ (18th century). One of a pair of six-panel folding screens. Ink, colour and gold on paper in the style of 	Watanabe Shikô (Japanese, 1683–1755).Image and text text courtesy MFA Boston.

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.

Suzuki Kiitsu. 四季花木図屏風. 鈴木其一 六曲一双 左隻 "Flowers and Trees of the Four Seasons" Edo Period, 19th c. Rimpa School. One of a pair of folding screens. Japan.

鈴木其一 六曲一双 左隻 "Flowers and Trees of the Four Seasons" Edo Period, c. One of a pair of folding screens.

Detail. Cranes. 郡鶴図屏風 Japanese folding screen. One of a pair. Edo period. latter half of the 17th century. Kano Einô (Japanese, 1631–1697). MFA Boston.

Detail. Cranes. 郡鶴図屏風 Japanese folding screen. One of a pair. Edo period. latter half of the 17th century. Kano Einô (Japanese, 1631–1697). MFA Boston.

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From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Fans on a Stream in a Landscape (Ogi nagashi byôbu)

This pair of screens, invoking the Chinese landscape around the Xiao and Xiang Rivers and the traditional couplets associated with its representation, was painted by the second son of Unkoku Tōgan (1547–1618), heir to the artistic legacy and patrons of Sesshû Tōyō (1420–?1506) in western Japan

Scenes from the Eight Views of the Xiao and Xiang Rivers Unkoku Tôeki Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Pair of six-panel screens;

Children Playing in Summer and Winter Maruyama Ōshin (Japanese, 1790–1838) | Period: Edo period (1615–1868) | Culture: Japan | Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on paper

Maruyama Ōshin (Japanese, Children Playing in Summer and Winter. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of the Gitter-Yelen Foundation, 2009

6. 誰が袖図屏風, Whose Sleeves? (Tagasode) - Momoyama period (late 16th century)

Whose Sleeves? (Tagasode) Period: Momoyama period Date: late century Culture: Japan Medium: Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilt paper

A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with ume (plum), a broken bamboo fence and a seguro-sekirei (wagtail) in a rocky river landscape. Unknown (17th century Edo period)

A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with ume (plum), a broken bamboo fence and a seguro-sekirei (wagtail) in a rocky river landscape.

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