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We scanned this six-panel Japanese folding screen as part of a specualrity experiment; the top of the object is gilded.
From its description on artsmia.org:
“An old Japanese folk song helps identify this extraordinary place: ‘The Musashi plains have no mountain into which the moon may set— it rises from the grass and sets in the grass.’ Although today the Musashi Plains north of Tokyo have disappeared beneath a sea of roads and apartment buildings, four hundred years ago they were a magical flatland of grasses and flowers, an uncommon sight in a country dominated by mountains.”
More information about the painting here: