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ANTIQUE Japanese NANGA SUMI-E SCREEN, KEISEN
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #168097
ANR878

ANTIQUE Japanese NANGA SUMI-E SCREEN, KEISEN
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The Kura
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A fine early 20th century literati landscape by prominent artist Ikeda Keisen (1863-1932) in which a scholar and luggage bearer drawn with delicate precision walk toward a thatch roofed hut perched on the shores of a large lake, the scene hemmed in by clouds of fine gold flake. Massive rock formations and gnarly plum scratched in dark ink pull the eye hither and thither across the painted surface, constantly drawing attention to new aspects and details. The scene is bordered with a thin band o... Click for details

Japanese Meiji Black Inaba Cloisonne Box Bird Flowers
Japanese: Enamel: Cloisonne Pre 1900: item #167721

Japanese Meiji Black Inaba Cloisonne Box Bird Flowers
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Petrie-Rogers Gallery
(520) 293-8355



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Superb condition Japanese Inaba cloisonne dresser box finely decorated with a single bird in flight among iris and chrysanthemum flowers and rockery set against a midnight black ground. The bottom is decorated with scrolling wires against a matte black ground. The scrolling wire pattern continues on the sides and is accented with small daisies. The interior is a textured silvered surface. The rims are also silver in color. The box dates from the late 19th to early 20th century and measures ... Click for details

Signed Black and Gold Lacquer Comb, Meiji
Japanese: Lacquer: Accessories Pre 1910: item #167312
SB-26

Signed  Black and Gold Lacquer Comb, Meiji
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This lovely Japanese tortoise shell comb (“kushi”) is painstakingly decorated on both sides with gold takamakie (raised lacquer) on a black lacquer ground. Signed “Gyoku Kou.” Meiji period (1868-1912). The fine repeating design of rolling gold waves is juxtaposed against two floral medallions on this simple yet elegant comb. There is even an iridescent sprinkling of inlaid agaoi (abalone shell) representing dew drops on the leaves of the flowers. ... Click for details

Joichi Hoshi Woodblock Print - Evening
Japanese: Woodblock Prints Pre 1970: item #165521
130656

Joichi Hoshi Woodblock Print - Evening
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Floating World Gallery
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Pencil signed Japanese woodblock print by Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979), titled "Evening", 1974. This design is illustrated at plate 317 in the Hoshi Tree Catalogue.

The image measures approximately 9 5/8 x 4 7/8 inches, plus margins. It is in fine condition, with only light thinning at center of reverse top margin to note.


Pair Tall Japanese Meiji Satsuma Vases
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1910: item #165209
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Pair Tall Japanese Meiji Satsuma Vases
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An elegant pair of slender satsuma vases with beautifully delineated and executed designs. The overall theme is the profuse hundred petal cherry blossoms of spring with plump Japanese bluebirds fluttering. These spring scenes are on the main body of the vase and two panels of the long neck. Separating them are narrow brocade and diaper bands highlighted by jewel effect enamel accents. The inner flaring rim is also decorated by gold scrolls with jewels"". There is no mark on the base. Meiji... Click for details

WILD BIZEN OKIMONO by TAKAHASHI SATOSHI
Japanese: Ceramics: Earthenware Pre 1980: item #164697
TCR869

WILD BIZEN OKIMONO by TAKAHASHI SATOSHI
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A superb Bizen Yaki Okimono of an Okoze (stonefish) by ceramic artist Takahashi Satoshi (b. 1934) enclosed in the original signed wooden box. The features of the beastly creature are very well defined, with each spine accentuated by the natural color of the flame, giving the stonefish a realistic appearance. It is 12-1/2 inches (32 cm) long. Satoshi apprenticed to Kanashige Toshiuemon, has been the recipient of numerous awards and currently resides in Okayama prefecture. This piece dates fro... Click for details

A Good Japanese Iron Hibachi, 19thC.
Japanese: Metalwork: Iron Pre 1900: item #164253
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A Good Japanese  Iron Hibachi, 19thC.
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Hawkes, Asian Art
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A GOOD JAPANESE IRON HIBACHI, SIGNED, 19TH CENTURY.

A fine quality cast iron hibachi (room warmer), or perhaps a censer for a temple setting, of simple form raised on three stumpy legs. It is decorated with a gathering of Japanese Buddhist Immortals distracted by the antics of a couple of toads. There is a poem to the rear with a signature and seal. 19th century. ... Click for details


Original Yoshitoshi Mori Painting
Japanese: Paintings Pre 1980: item #164175
111421

Original Yoshitoshi Mori Painting
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Original painting by noted woodblock print and stencil artist Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1993). It is signed, sealed and dated 1979. The colors are wonderfully fresh and it is in excellent condition. It is attached to its original backing. The dimensions are approximately 12 1/4 x 16 5/8 inches.

Original Yoshitoshi Mori Painting
Japanese: Paintings Pre 1980: item #164173
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Original Yoshitoshi Mori Painting
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Original painting by noted woodblock print and stencil artist Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1993). It is signed, sealed and dated 1979. The colors are wonderfully fresh and it is in excellent condition. It is attached to its original backing. The dimensions are approximately 12 1/8 x 16 1/2 inches.

Japanese Zushi Buddhist Shrine with Nichiren
Japanese: Lacquer Pre 1940: item #164162
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Japanese Zushi Buddhist Shrine with Nichiren
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This fine early Showa period Japanese black and gold lacquer miniature Buddhist shrine (“zushi”) contains a wood figure of the seated saint Nichiren-shonin, founder of the Nichiren sect of Buddhism. The shrine, which dates to ca. 1940, is crafted in rounded rectangular form with double-hinged doors and engraved brass fittings. The rich black lacquered exterior opens to reveal a mellow gold lacquered interior with a gilded transom, the inside of which is covered with red lacquer. All the brass ha... Click for details

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