Japanese screen

Nov 23, 2018. 21:20 UTC
Japanese Screen
United States of America

Japanese art

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For sale

Two part folding, paper screen. Wooden edging with brass embellishments. Some damage to the back. 67" x 74" x 1"


Purchased from an antique dealer in Sausalito, CA

Answered within 2 days
Nov 25, 18:38 UTC
By Klaus

Fair Market Value

$800 - $1,000 USD

Insurance Value

$1,800 USD
What does this mean?

Thank you for submitting your item for appraisal. This appears to be a two part screen by Hasegawa Gyokujun (1863 –1921) 玉純, signed lower right and also with his artist seal. The two part painting shows a coastal landscape with a temple, partly covered by fog or mist. The artist was born in Kyoto in a very artistic family. He was the eldest son of the Shijô-style painter Hasegawa Gyokuho (1822-1879). He lived in Kyoto and also on the shores of lake Biwa, the largest freshwater lake in Japan.The artist exhibited in Japan and abroad. The folding screen appears to be a good example of his work, though there might be a few condition issues.
The estimate is based on a few auction results. Asking prices in the trade can be much higher and can vary.

Corey Dec 06, 11:15 UTC

The insurance appraisal for this item is $2,000.

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