A pair of Japanese, fusuma painted cryptomeria wood doors. The doors with large painted floating panels within a black lacquer sugi (cryptomeria) wood frame. The surface left in its natural state and painted with gesso (Gofun) and mineral paints. One side depicting a tranquil landscape scene with deer and fawn; the reverse painted with two figures along a riverbank with large blooming cherry tree (sakura), a symbol of beauty and spring. The doors originally used as sliding doors in front of a storage space or as part of the tokowaki, or side display area, of a display alcove (tokonoma). Meiji Period (1868 1912). 67" high x 114" wide.