Set of 2 Byobu Nihonga-style
Price: € 2.300,00
Set of 2 two-panel byobu- screens with a very nice polychrome continuous Nihonga-style painting of birds in an oak tree in autumn, with susuki-grass and shrubs in autumn colours. It is a very dynamic painting in which an autumn breeze is suggested, with slightly bending branches and shrubs. Two birds are sitting on a large oak branch on the right screen are communicating with one bird on the left screen. The birds (alike a thrush) are really well executed in a nice detailed way. Please check pictures. Signed: “painted by Mochitomo”. Taisho. With nice hardware to protect the corners with kiku chrysantheum motive.
Nihonga (日本画, “Japanese-style paintings”) are Japanese paintings from about 1900 onwards that have been made in accordance with traditional Japanese artistic conventions, techniques and materials. While based on traditions over a thousand years old, the term was coined in the Meiji period of Imperial Japan, to distinguish such works from Western-style paintings or Yōga (洋画).
This impressive set of 2 roomdividers can also be easily mounted flat on a wall as one impressive large piece of art. Of course they can also be positioned on the floor when slightly folded.
Total width of one screen: 189 cm (2x 94,5 cm). Height: 172.3 cm. So the total of the 2 screens would be approx. 2 x 189 cm = 378 cm.
Shipping and handling not included.