Celebrate the seasons with a beautiful silk scarf. From the collections of Asian art from the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology in Oxford, England, this scarf depicts a detail from a twelve panel Japanese screen of the four seasons of flowers. Painted by the samurai artist Watanabe Shikô (1683-1755) in the Rinpa style that emerged in Kyoto known for its dramatic compositions and bold use of gold and colors. Measuring approximately 59 x 14 inches the printed silk scarf features hand-rolled hems. Imported.