From ancient times, the Japanese have honored the seasons and nature in their art. A holding Edo-period screen offers a lush scene of butterflies gently floating among flowers and grasses. Our timeless plaque reproduces its graceful scene.
Produced in cooperation with the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Giclée print mounted on a wood panel. Includes hardware for hanging. 14''H x 36''W.
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- Giclée print mounted on a wood panel
- Includes hardware for hanging
- 14''H x 36''W
- Gift wrap not available
Art HistoryThe collection of Asian art at the Metropolitan Museum—more than 35,000 objects, spanning in date from the fourth millennium B.C. to the early twentieth century—is one of the biggest and is the most complete in the West. Each of the numerous civilizations of Asia is represented by exceptional works, serving as an unequaled experience of the artistic traditions of almost half the world.