Byōbu (屏風, wind wall)

byobu1

Japanese folding screen
Hawks
18th century
Size: 360x170cm
You can find a similar one in the treasure hall at Nikkō Tōshō-gū, the Tokugawa Shinto shrine located in Nikkō, Japan

 

byobu2a

Japanese folding screen
Sakai streets and buildings
18th century
Size: 360x170cm
Sakai ist today a part of Osaka and is famous for the Daisenryō-Kofun, the grave of emporer Nintoku from the 5th century.

 

falconmakuris-(2)
P1470403

6 Hawk Makuri
17th century
Size: 135cm x 55cm / panel
Restored and mounted

 

byobu3

Japanese folding screen with chinese gold painting
Tang children
17th century
Size: 260x106cm

 

byobu4

Japanese folding screen
18th century
Size: 360x170cm
This screen has been restored completely recently, this picture shows it before the restauration.

 

37h6

Japanese folding screen
18th century
Size: 119x52cm

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