Two-panel byobu-screen depicting a female peacock (kujaku)

Price:  650,00

A beautiful two-panel byobu-screen depicting a female peacock (kujaku), the female peacock standing next to a tree peony shrub (botan) in bloom. By the Nihonga style painter Nagamine Masao (1907-1987), signed and sealed: Masao-ga. The screen has a black lacquered frame. The backside with some old repairs. In good overall condition with all-over spottings. Please check pictures.

These kind of room dividers are light in weight and can also be easily mounted flat on a wall and presented as one piece of art. Size: height 177 cm, total width 174 cm ( 2 x 87 cm).
When shipped we will add a Certificate of Authenticity.
Shōwa period (1926-1989)
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) (from: Wikipedia).

Ref. No. : 200600-2


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