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Sylvan Sounds: Freer, Dewing, and Japan

Flowers and a Brook
Japan, Edo period, 1615–1868
Pair of folding screens; color over gold on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.27
Flowers and a Brook
Japan, Edo period, 1615–1868
Pair of folding screens; color over gold on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.28
Summer and Autumn Flowers
Japan, Edo period, 17th century
Folding screen; color over gold on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1896.82

Landscape: Mount Fuji and Matsubara Point
Kano Tan'yu (1602–1674)
Japan, Edo period, 1669
Pair of folding screens; ink on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.22
Landscape: Mount Fuji and Matsubara Point
Kano Tan'yu (1602–1674)
Japan, Edo period, 1669
Pair of folding screens; ink on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.23
Scraps of Textiles
Ogata Ritsuo (1663–1747)
Japan, Edo period, 18th century
Folding screen; color and gold on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1896.83
Wind-Screen and Cherry Tree
Japan, Edo period, 1615–1868
Folding screen; color over gold on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.3
Flowers of the Seasons
Tawaraya Sōtatsu (act. ca. 1600–1643)
Japan, Momoyama or Edo period, 1600–1630
Pair of folding screens; color over silk on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.24
Flowers of the Seasons
Tawaraya Sōtatsu (act. ca. 1600–1643)
Japan, Momoyama or Edo period, 1600–1630
Pair of folding screens; color over silk on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.25
Blossoming Wisteria on a Bamboo Trellis
Kano Eitoku (1543–1590)
Kano School
Japan, Momoyama period, 16th–17th century
Folding screen; color, gold, and silver on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.26
Decorated Fans
Japan, Edo period, early 17th century
Pair of folding screens; color, ink, and gold on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.93
Decorated Fans
Japan, Edo period, early 17th century
Pair of folding screens; color, ink, and gold on paper
Gift of Charles Lang Freer F1897.94

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As renovation work continues in the Freer Gallery, the Sackler Gallery also will close on July 10, 2017. This museum-wide closure will allow us to completely reinstall our exhibitions and revitalize features to improve your visit. Both spaces will reopen on October 14, 2017, when we will welcome the public back to the Freer|Sackler: two galleries, one destination. For your safety, all visitors will have their bags checked. See the complete list of restricted items and bag sizes.