Japanese Screens Photos

In Japan where room usage was once variable, folding screens became important and a major source of decoration.

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Tale of Soga brothers on two six panel screens from Japan at Asian Art Museum. San Francisco, CA.Gion festival on two six panel screens from Japan at Asian Art Museum. San Francisco, CA.Japanese art at Nelson-Atkins Museum. Kansas City, MO.Japanese screen with Edo period scenes around Kyoto at San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, TX.
Tale of Soga brothers on two six panel screens (c1600-1700) from Japan at Asian Art Museum. San Francisco, CA.Gion festival on two six panel screens (c1700-1868) from Japan at Asian Art Museum. San Francisco, CA.Japanese art at Nelson-Atkins Museum. Kansas City, MO.Japanese screen with Edo period scenes around Kyoto (1620-5) at San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, TX.
Japanese screen with story of Great Woven Cap from Edo period at San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, TX.Japanese Three Sisters in a classic car reflecting Chekov's play on silk screen by Yamakawa Shūhō at Honolulu Academy of Arts. Honolulu, HI.Master front bedroom with oriental screen at Haas-Lilienthal House. San Francisco, CA.Library with Japanese screen at Longfellow National Historic Site. Cambridge, MA.
Japanese screen with story of Great Woven Cap from Edo period (early 18th C) at San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, TX.Japanese Three Sisters in a classic car reflecting Chekov's play on silk screen (1936) by Yamakawa Shūhō at Honolulu Academy of Arts. Honolulu, HI.Master front bedroom with oriental screen at Haas-Lilienthal House. San Francisco, CA.Library with Japanese screen at Longfellow National Historic Site. Cambridge, MA.

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