Lot 1137
A Korean Two-Panel Folding Screen with Riverscape
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Early 20th century, ink and ink wash on paper, a pair of serene seascape paintings mounted as a two panel folding screen, the paintings are populated with boats sailing calm waters, rounded mountains and islands with pavilions on the shore, flags by houses with kanji characters, painted during the time of the Japanese occupation of Korea, calligraphy to upper right corner of both panels with two red seals, two metal handles at top of each panel, purchased in Korea by an avid collector of Korean Minhwa folk painting.

DOA 35.5 x 33 in.

Some discoloration to top of each panels and at the bottom right corner of the second panel; an area of loss to paper at top of left panel; some light wear to mounting; some paper label residue to frame.