We estimate this Byobu folding screen was made over 50 years ago.
The material of the painting parts is Japanese paper.
It's a pity that there is a hole on the painting part.
There are a few amotions and some stains by water.
There is also a hole on the back side of the screen.
As a whole, the condition of this folding screen is not so bad.
The motif is Minamoto no Yoshiie (1039-1106), famous Samurai warrior, and the scene is historically well-known one.
During the Gosannen-no-Eki War (1083-1089), Yoshiie was advancing toward Kanazawa to beat Kiyohara Iehira and Kiyohara Takehira.
At that time, Yoshiie found that geese were flying in a bad order even though they always fly in good order in a line.
So, Yoshiie detected ambushes and was successful in exterminating them.
The scene is depicted animatedly using Japanese traditional painting techniques.
It is also gilded so that it looks luxury.
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