Pair of framed Japanese scroll paintings, gouache and watercolor on paper, including one spring scene depicting various colored flowers and one summer scene depicting a red maple tree with white flowers at its base and mist obscuring several branches. Both with one circular red seal lower left corner and both framed with silk brocade borders and housed in ebonized wood frames. Likely from part of a Four Seasons grouping by the same artist. The floral painting with applied wood scroll box lid with Japanese writing. Flower scroll: Sight - 45" H x 17" W, Framed - 64 1/4" H x 23 3/4" W. Tree scroll: Sight - 45 1/2" H x 17" W. Framed - 65 3/4" H x 23 1/2" W. Late Edo or Meiji Period, 19th century.
Paper of both scrolls with scattered creasing to paper and minor scattered abrasions. Upper right of flower scroll with 3 1/2" repaired tear. With fading to some branches in flower scroll and to mist and some flowers in tree scroll. Both frames with minor abrasions.
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