- Japan Edo period, 17th century
- Pair of six-panel screens; ink and color on gold-foiled paper
- h: 176.8cm w: 415.6cm each
These screens are filled with glorious images of the cherry blossoms at Yoshino and the colorful autumn foliage at Tatsuta, sites renowned throughout Japan for their beauty. This pair of screens represents a fusion of Meisho-e, the "famous sites" painting tradition and the decorative quality common to Japanese art.