|Title||Gunung Fuji/Mount Fuji|
|Time||Early 20th century/1940s|
|Place||Japan or places in Indonesia during Japanese occupation|
|Place of Acquisition||Antique Shop, Jl. Surabaya, Jakarta, Jakarta Indonesia|
|Name Painter (Place and Year of Birth-Death)
|Size||62cm x 42cm|
|Current Location||Palermo, Italy (Home)|
|Description||Japanese reverse glass painting landscape featuring a lake surrounded by hills and houses with high trees and in the background Mount Fuji, symbol of Japan. A unique feature of these and other Japanese glass paintings of that time are the collages of mother-of-pearl house roofs and boat sails as well as indented paper pictures of women in their kimonos (as also per below).