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6-panel screen. Geese on gold background Signed: Shimojo

W 2600mm H 1730mm

Ref: WEB459

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2 Panel, Silver screen

W 1280mm H 1730mm

Ref: WEB460

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Pair of 6-panel screen, Mount Fuji on gold background.

W 3840mm H 1710mm

Ref: WEB461

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2 panel screen, embroided shell design.

W 1520mm H 1540mm

Ref: WEB470

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2-panel screen, Snail & bamboo. Signed: Kyorin & seal mark.

W 1800mm H 1770mm

Ref: WEB471

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Scroll calligraphy "Truth" (shin-ri) Sumi on paper,seal mark of Shiko. Registered no.2348 certified by the authority Munakata Shiko Kantei-iinkai.

W 448mm H 692mm

Ref: WEB542

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A six panel screen painted in ink and colour on paper with a falcon depicted in each panel perched on a stand with various postures and expressions.

W 3480mm H 1630mm

Ref: WEB594

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Eiho Hirezaki (1881-1968) Signature and seal: Eiho Hirezaki Two-panel folding screen paper, ink, and watercolours Beauties have always been a favoured subject of painters the world over, not only the Japanese.This quite beauty portrait is typical work by Eiho, known for his woodblock prints of bijin - young girls and geishas. The artist's life was stretched over three eras: Meiji, Taisho and Showa. This was not an easy period for geishas: from trendsetters and fashion stars, they had to transform into guardians of the traditional arts. Eiho's specialty were kuchi-e (lit. mouth pictures), woodblock prints inserted into the front (kuchi) of a magazine. The girl's hair does bring the woodblock printing technique to mind: it is realistically painted, with few layers creating the effect of shining black lacquer, or real hair. The details of the face are also depicted with tender care. of a "Seated Beauty" , painted on paper. Signed and seal mark of Eiho Hirezaki (1881-1968)

W 1720mm H 1710mm

Ref: WEB838

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Japanese painting on cedar wood, signed in the front and back, in the original cardboard case. (3321)

W 150mm H 220mm

Ref: WEB861

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Japanese scroll by Toko Shinoda ( 1912 -) Fitted in original box signed in ink by the artist. Depicting Japanese calligraphy So- Sho style, ”on the green field”. Accompanied with the original receipt sold to Mr Tanaka from the artist on 4th of June 1962 for 25.000 yen.

W 255mm H 1360mm

Ref: WEB945

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