The Nezu Museum
Nezu Museum, Minami-aoyama, Tokyo, is home of a diverse collection of Japanese and Asian premodern art. Over 7,400 works are based on the bequest of an industrialist and tea practitioner, Nezu Kaichirō Sr.
Gold Leaf Japanese Screen
View this item and discover similar for sale at 1stDibs - Vintage hand painted Japanese screen with birds and a persimmon tree. The image is painted on paper with ink and mineral color on a large field of gold
A six fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with trailing vines, Japan, 17th century, Edo period - Alain.R.Truong
A six fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with trailing vines, Japan, 17th century, Edo...
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Need an eye-catching piece for your home? Available from palm-sized paintings to massive centerpieces, this gold foil painting is versatile in the spaces you can hang it. Get a trio to hang above your couch, or a single painting to bring a “wow” factor to your dream bedroom. Pieced-together gold foil catches the light in spectacular ways all day long, and contrasts boldly against the navy blue. The painting is unframed, but gold foil continues around the edges of the painting so it’s ready…
Five Thousand Years of Japanese Art
In 1975, the Metropolitan Museum of Art acquired more than four hundred works of Japanese art from collector Harry G. C. Packard (1914–1991), by gift and purchase. The acquisition instantly transformed the Museum into an institution boasting one of the This
Cherry Blossoms and Maple Tree. Unknown (Artist). Meiji period 1868-1912. Left of a pair of Japanese folding screens. Rinpa School. Ink and color on gold leaf paper. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.