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WD4114502

Late 19th Century Byobu Screen

  • H: 139 cm (54 3/4")
  • W: 264 cm (103 15/16")
  • D: 3 cm (1 3/16")

Absolutely stunning late 19th Century Japanese Byobu screen. 

Comprised of six folds, this screen is extensively decorated with painted and gilded scenes of the Gion Festival in Kyoto. 

The scenes portray a procession of figures walking through the streets past stylised buildings and temples. 

The details are surrounded by a backdrop of gilded clouds and set within a detailed border. 

This screen has immense decorative power and will have a magical presence in any interior. 


 

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Absolutely stunning late 19th Century Japanese Byobu screen. 

Comprised of six folds, this screen is extensively decorated with painted and gilded scenes of the Gion Festival in Kyoto. 

The scenes portray a procession of figures walking through the streets past stylised buildings and temples. 

The details are surrounded by a backdrop of gilded clouds and set within a detailed border. 

This screen has immense decorative power and will have a magical presence in any interior. 

  • Condition: Excellent
  • Product Types: Other Wall Art, Screens
  • Country: Japan
  • Materials & Techniques: Paint, Paper
  • Style: Chinoiserie
  • Period: 19th Cent

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