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Lot #49 - Superb Japanese Edo period six panel screen

  • Auction House:
    Lugosi Auctioneers & Valuers
  • Sale Name:
    Collectors' Cabinet Auction - East meets West
  • Sale Date:
    29 Jul 2018 ~ 12noon (AEST)
  • Lot #:
  • Lot Description:
    Superb Japanese Edo period six panel screen
    anonymous, Machi-Eshi style Edo period (1615-1868), mid/late 17th century the six-panel folding screen (the right-hand screen of a pair) in chubyobu size and format, ink, colours and moriage (built-up) gold leaf on paper, depicting places and festivals mainly in western Kyoto (see below); unsigned. Overall: 92cm x 375cm (36¼in x 147 5/8in); image: 80cm x 364cm (36¼in x 147 5/8in).
  • Provenance:
    Acquired by the present owner's great uncle James Marshall (Scottish Chess Champion 1889-90) in Kobe in the late 19th century and thence by descent.
  • Notes:
    Slight af to corner and one panel with loose hinge see images
  • Estimate:
    A$3,000 - 5,000
  • Realised Price:

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