A set of four fusuma panels depicting birds and flowers
Kano School, 18th century
Height: 68 1/2 inches
Length: 48 inches (each panel)
A set of four fusuma panels, ink, colors, and gold on paper; depicting geese beside a stream with a willow tree, dianthus, cockscomb, bellflower, peonies, and other plants at right, and a pair of peacocks posed with other flowers beneath a blossoming cherry tree at left; the reverse painted with a river landscape, the banks lined with blossoming cherry trees and pines, rafts are poled downstream; signed Kakuchiku with seals San and Tei.
Materials/Techniques: Ink, colored pigments and gold on paper, black lacquer wood frame and metal fittings.
Condition: Very good, with some minor damage and restoration.
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