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Topic: screen

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Fragment from a Two-Sided Sanctuary Screen

This fragment was probably part of the waist-high screen that separated the congregation (in the nave of the church) from the clergy (in the sanctuary). This side would have faced the congregation and shows bir... more

Fragment of a Sanctuary Screen

Made in Byzantine Egypt

Window screen

Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Sasanian (?)

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Screen

Attributed to Egypt

Table Screen

Ming dynasty (1368–1644)

Screen Panel or Kang Cover

Two Chinese lions playfully circle a brocade ball in the central roundel of this panel, surrounded by a field of birds in flight and various flowers on a scrolling vine. Each corner's quarter medallion contains... more

Screen

Country of Origin Morocco

Pierced Window Screen

Jalis, or pierced screens, were used extensively in Indian architecture as windows, room dividers, and railings. In the course of the day, the movement of their patterns in silhouette across the floor would enh... more

Pierced Window Screen

Jalis, or pierced screens, were used extensively in Indian architecture as windows, room dividers, and railings. In the course of the day, the movement of their patterns in silhouette across the floor would enh... more

Screen

Country of Origin Morocco

Choir screen panel (one of six)

These panels constitute an early example of the French use of the ancient candelabra motif, favored in Italy, in which abstract ornament, fantastic beings, fruits, and foliage are combined in a vertical arrange... more

Choir screen panel (one of six)

These panels constitute an early example of the French use of the ancient candelabra motif, favored in Italy, in which abstract ornament, fantastic beings, fruits, and foliage are combined in a vertical arrange... more

Choir screen panel (one of six)

These panels constitute an early example of the French use of the ancient candelabra motif, favored in Italy, in which abstract ornament, fantastic beings, fruits, and foliage are combined in a vertical arrange... more

Choir screen panel (one of six)

These panels constitute an early example of the French use of the ancient candelabra motif, favored in Italy, in which abstract ornament, fantastic beings, fruits, and foliage are combined in a vertical arrange... more

Choir screen panel (one of six)

These panels constitute an early example of the French use of the ancient candelabra motif, favored in Italy, in which abstract ornament, fantastic beings, fruits, and foliage are combined in a vertical arrange... more

Choir screen panel (one of six)

These panels constitute an early example of the French use of the ancient candelabra motif, favored in Italy, in which abstract ornament, fantastic beings, fruits, and foliage are combined in a vertical arrange... more

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: A Papal Gathering in the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo's Last Judgement on the back wall; the crowd looks on through a screen

This print comes from the museum’s copy of the Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae (The Mirror of Roman Magnificence) The Speculum found its origin in the publishing endeavors of Antonio Salamanca and Antonio Lafre... more

Table screen

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Table Screen with Woman Playing Touhu

The woman is playing a game in which arrows are shot into a vase with a narrow neck. On the back of the screen a quote from a Tang dynasty (618–907) poet reads:To the Master, joyous and deeply grateful isShe to... more

Fire screen

Tapestry woven at Beauvais

Pierced Window Screen (Jali)

A screen for filtering light through a window, this panel is carved with two strikingly lively geometric designs, one set within the other. Attributed to India

Freestanding Screen with Dancer

The bold designs of the dancer’s robe accentuate her striking presence and fluid movements, while the more delicate outlines of her hands and face convey the emotional nuances of her art. The painting, which ma... more

Floral Canopy or Screen

The flowering plants decorating this cotton hanging are applied in gold leaf glued to the surface of the textile. The fashion of decorating textiles with such plants developed at the Mughal court in the mid-sev... more

Screen

Attributed to India, probably Gujarat

Screen and Lady's Work-Box

Ryūryūkyo Shinsai (Japanese, active ca. 1799–1823) Edo period (1615–1868)

Two Boys and a Screen

Yashima Gakutei (Japanese, 1786?–1868) Edo period (1615–1868)

Screen of Calligraphy and New Year Decoration

Ryūryūkyo Shinsai (Japanese, active ca. 1799–1823) Edo period (1615–1868)

Interior of Strasbourg Cathedral Showing the Choir Screen

Johann Jakob Arhardt (German, 1613–1674)

Table Screen Inscribed with the Poem "Lisao," now converted to a wall panel

Li Mi (active early 17th century) Ming dynasty (1368–1644)

Screen with Rebus of Fortune

Etched by Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)

Screen

Qing dynasty (1644–1911), Kangxi period (1662–1722)

[Two lovers embracing in front of a painted screen]

Print shows a young man sitting on the floor, embracing a young woman straddling him.

Desk Screen with Chinese Landscape

Edo period (1615–1868)

Screen Panel from Set of Six

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Table Screen with Pheasant and Magnolia

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Screen Panel from Set of Six

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Table screen with landscape scene

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)