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Winter and Summer Flowers

Winter and Summer Flowers

c. 1600

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Yusho Kaiho

(Japanese, 1533-1615)

One of a pair of six-panel folding screens, ink, color and gold on paper

Image: 157 x 357.6 cm (61 13/16 x 140 13/16 in.); Overall: 169.6 x 370.2 cm (66 3/4 x 145 3/4 in.); Panel: 169.6 x 61.7 cm (66 3/4 x 24 5/16 in.); with frame: 173.2 x 373.8 cm (68 3/16 x 147 3/16 in.)

John L. Severance Fund 1987.40.1

Description

Kaiho Yusho is considered one of the three individualist master painters of the Momoyama era. He executed numerous byobu and fusama-e (sliding door panel paintings) for Kyoto's most prestigious Zen monasteries. These byobu are noteworthy for their joining of patently Chinese subject matter (the aged pine) with Japanese imagery (morning glory) and themes (the seasons and human travel) in one composition.

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