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One of a pair of six-fold screens; ink, color, and gold on paper
Image: 150.4 x 349.2 cm (59 3/16 x 137 1/2 in.); Overall: 163.6 x 362.4 cm (64 7/16 x 142 11/16 in.); with frame: 166.8 x 365.6 cm (65 11/16 x 143 15/16 in.); Panorama: 163.6 x 60.4 cm (64 7/16 x 23 3/4 in.)
John L. Severance Fund 1984.43.2
Susuki grass has a seasonal association with autumn in the Japanese visual and literary tradition. It is one of the “Seven Flowers of Autumn,” along with bush clover, arrowroot, pink, patrinia, mistflower, and bellflower. This composition immerses the beholder in a field of grasses and golden bands of mist. The design may have served as a backdrop for poems brushed in calligraphy on decorated papers and attached to the surface of the screens.
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