|Title:||JAPANESE PAIR OF PAINTED FUSUMA DOORS|
|Size:||69.25" x 76.00"|
An exceptional pair of Japanese painted fusuma, opaque paper doors with gold leaf kinpaku, ground and polychrome painting of a misty landscape with bird and flower subjects kacho. The landscape is dominated by a large blooming cherry tree sakura, a symbol of beauty and spring which extends over the banks of a stream. Peonies at the base of the tree are symbols of spring, wealth, rank, honor and an omen of good fortune. The doors would have originally been mounted in the interior of a wealthy residence or temple. Meiji Period, 1868 1912.
Dimensions: 69" high x 76" wide.
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