Tomokazu Kurashima was born and raised in Kyoto. Using washi byobu (Japanese parchment especially made for use in byobu folding screens) he creates miniature screens in his Kyoto studio. The drawing is this item is a combination of print, sumi black ink and gold leaf. The original painting in this item was by Ogata Korin (1658 – 1716) titled "Red and White Plum Blossoms."
|Item Condition||None provided.|
|Merchandise||Japanese Folding Screen|
|Measure 1||9" (height) x 20"|
|Total Weight||9 oz|
|Image Type||A combination of print and color, to reproduce a picture with depth.|