31 March 2016
A JAPANESE GILT AND POLYCHROME-PAINTED SIX-PANEL SCREEN
Decorated to one side with exotic birds within a watery landscape, the reverse with silvered and gilt pattern of birds and butterflies amongst scrolling foliage, within an ebonized frame
68 in. (172.5 cm.) high, 24 ¾ in. (63 cm.) wide, each panel
Collection of Baron Fukita, Osaka, Japan (according to correspondence).
With Carlebach Gallery, New York.
Gift of Mr. Cornelius Ruxton Love, Jr. in 1955.
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