A related picturesque scene of 'lakeside-gardens', enclosed by flowers and small vignettes, featured on a screen that was inventoried in 1818 at Nostell Priory, Yorkshire as a '12 leaved folding screen of the rare and fine Japan enamelled in gold and coloured figures and landscapes etc.' (sold by Order of the Winn Family, Nostell Priory, Christie's House Sale, 20 April 1990, lot 258). A related scene, dated to around 1730, appears on a screen in the Victoria & Albert Museum (see C. Clunas, Chinese Export Art and Design, London, 1987, no. 66). The base of the present screen is further enriched with flowers strewn around red fan-like cartouches that are enclosed in serpentined and golden frames.