Edo period, first half of 17th century
Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink and color on gilded paper
Each screen 153.6 x 348.6 cm (60 1/2 in. x 11 ft. 5 1/4 in.)
Donated to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York by the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation in 2015
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