Japanese Edo Period Six-Panel Gold Leaf Screen - Spring and Autumn Flowers Rug
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- Available in three sizes
- Crafted with 100% woven polyester
- Subtle, durable chevron weave
- Machine washable
- Skid pad is included
About this artwork
This 18th century Edo-period Japanese work is from the Rinpa school. It is a six-panel screen with mineral pigments on gold leaf overlaid on paper. The inking technique is called tarashikomi meaning dripping in where a second layer of ink is applied over the first layer before it is dry. The subject is spring and autumn flowers.