Flowers of the Four Seasons

School of Ogata Kenzan, Japanese, 1663 - 1743

Geography:
Made in Japan, Asia

Period:
Edo Period (1615-1868)

Date:
18th century

Medium:
Ink and color on paper; mounted as a six-fold screen

Dimensions:
69 1/2 inches × 12 feet 2 inches (176.5 × 370.8 cm)

Curatorial Department:
East Asian Art

Object Location:

Currently not on view

Accession Number:
1943-16-1

Credit Line:
Purchased with the George W.B. Taylor Fund, 1943

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Label:
Executed in typically bold Rimpa style, the flowers shown are wisteria (spring), plum (winter), peony (summer), and chrysanthemum and morning glory (fall).