Large 6-panel byôbu with cranes and a pine tree
Price: € 4.000,00
A very beautiful large six-panel byôbu 屏風 (room divider) with a refined polychrome painting on paper of a pine tree 松 (matsu) and two cranes 鶴 (tsuru).
In Japanese culture, the pine tree is known to represent longevity, good fortune and steadfastness. The crane symbolizes good fortune and longevity because of its fabled life span of a thousand years. Together they are a very popular design.
Signed in the lower left corner by the artist.
This serene painted screen is protected by a black lacquered wooden frame. The whole backside is decoratively covered with grey paper with a design of waves in silver.
This room-divider is light in weight and can also be easily mounted flat on a wall and presented as one piece of art.
Total width: 364.2 cm ( 2 x 61.9 cm, 4 x 60.1 cm), Height: 174 cm
Period: Late Meiji (Around 1900)
The screen is in very nice clean condition with some very minor traces of age. Please look at the photos for a clear condition reference.
When shipped we will add a certificate of authenticity.