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Two pieces of urumi-zome cloth which are made of hand-spun cotton and vegetable indigo dye. Urumi-zome is katazome (stencil-resist-dye) imitating shibori-zome (tie-dye) and it requires more process than common katazome to make blurring like shibori. Both have rips but other part of the cloth is not weak. The right one has a patch in the back. The second half of the 19th century. Right one:75cm x 126cm, Left one:65cm x 126cm
Era Woodblock Prints
Alone 2 (Cat on Rooftop)
Paper size: 13.25 x 10.5 inches
Signed, sealed, numbered, and titled by the artist.
Condition: Tone line outside image area.
Era Woodblock Prints
Charles W. Bartlett
Pearl of the Orient (Taj Mahal, Agra), 2nd Proof
Size: Large version. 15.125 x 11.125 inches; 38.4 x 28.1 cm.
Sealed CWB by Bartlett. Signed and titled in pencil.
Medium: Etching, engraving, drypoint printed in blue ink hand-colored with watercolor.
Toning in margins. Slight foxing on the front...
4 sheets of Chiyo-gami with autumn leaves designs which are woodblock prints. The paper is washi, a handmade paper made from mulberry fiber. Chiyo-gami was originated in Kyoto and developed in Edo later. It was used for paper dolls and paper crafts. Generally the larger one is the older. Clockwise from top left: 53cm x 37cm, 52cm x 37.5cm, 41cm x 32cm, 53cm x 37cm The top left one has rather thick texture and others have thin texture. The fourth one has a break in the corner...
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
Japanese etching "Norikane Hiroto" black wood frame, (1949-), image size-5 1/2" x 4", pencil Artist signed and numbered "204/500", from Sokai Art School, scenery of deep snow in Mt. Fuji farming area, since 1971 Norikane Hiroto exhibited his work world wide include the White House, Fine Art Museum in San Francisco, and various international museums. Owner bought his art work in Tokyo many years ago and brought to US, enjoyed for many years in Washington DC area...
Oversized limited edition Japanese serigraph (silkscreen) print layered with special heavy textured inks to create a dimensional effect by Yukio Katsuda (b. 1941), pencil titled "No. 94," signed Y. Katsuda, dated '76, and numbered 29/100 on the bottom margin. Paper: 17 1/2" x 12 1/2” (image: just over 14" x 9 1/2"). Very good overall condition. Printed on thick laid paper with full margins. The original price of 12,000 yen is on the bottom right corner of the back...
Oversized limited edition Japanese serigraph (silkscreen) print layered with special heavy textured inks to create a dimensional effect by Yukio Katsuda (b. 1941), pencil titled "No. 99," signed Y. Katsuda, dated '76, and numbered 57/100 on the bottom margin. Paper: 17 3/8" x 12 5/8” (image: 14" x 9 1/2"). Very good overall condition. Printed on thick laid paper with full margins. The original price of 12,000 yen is on the bottom right corner of the back...
Contemporary Japanese limited edition etching titled “Twilight” by Ryoko Hirone depicting a woman drinking a cup of tea observing a scene outside her window with a coyote and rabbit among leafless trees. Pencil-signed, titled, and numbered 7/30 in the lower margin. Paper size: 9 5/8" x 13 7/8" (image: 7 1/2" x 6 3/4"). Very good overall condition. An exhibit of mezzotints and etchings by Ryoko Hirone was held in Japan at Gallery Saoh & Tomos in 2003...
Contemporary Japanese limited edition etching titled “Secretary” by Ryoko Hirone depicting a secretary seated before a glass window in an office building observing lively scenes in adjacent offices. Pencil-signed, titled, and numbered 3/30 in the lower margin. Paper size 13 3/4" x 9 3/4" (image: 9 1/2" x 7 5/8"). Very good overall condition with some very faint foxing spots evident within the large margins. The tip of one corner is wrinkled...
Japanese limited edition sosaku hanga “kappa-ban” (stencil print) titled “Samurai with an Umbrella” by Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1992). The print is pencil-signed with the artist's red seal, dated ’82, and numbered 34/50. The bottom right corner has a small "80" in pencil. Paper size: 20 1/4" x 13 1/2." Very good, clean overall condition. A tiny pencil notation with a prior owner's name "Hansen" is on the back bottom edge.
Contemporary Japanese limited edition etching titled “Jalousie” by Ryoko Hirone depicting a nearly empty seat on a bus with cropped figures at the side of the frame and an abandoned umbrella. A crowded street is visible through the window next to a British Airways advertisement. Pencil-signed, titled, and numbered 10/30 in the lower margin. The original purchase price of $175 is at the bottom margin corner. Paper size 25 1/2" x 18 3/8" (plate: 19" x 15 1/4"). Very good overall condition. ...
Japanese limited edition color etching and aquatint titled "Paris" by Kenji Ushiku (1922-?). Pencil-signed, titled, and numbered 63/150 in the bottom margin. Ushiku was particularly active in the 1960s and 1970s. There is a pencil notation of "4-80-45" at the bottom edge which could perhaps imply a date of April 1980. Paper size: 15 1/2" x 22." Very good overall condition. Printed on heavy rag paper with large margins. Never framed.
Contemporary Japanese limited edition etching titled “March” by Ryoko Hirone depicting a woman seated before a glass window drinking a cup of tea and staring at the city scene outside. Birds fly past, a calendar for March hangs on the wall, and her dog is beside her. Pencil-signed, titled, and numbered 10/30 in the lower margin. Paper size 28 1/2" x 21 1/2" (plate: 23 1/4" x 19 1/4"). Very good overall condition. There is some wrinkling of the heavy paper at the large margin corners. An e...
Japanese limited-edition copperplate etching and aquatint by Tanaka Ryohei (1933-2019) titled “The Great Ginkgo Tree." Pencil-signed, dated ’04, and numbered 18/100 in the lower margin. Paper size: 19 1/2” x 13” (image: 15 1/2” x 9 1/4”). Never framed. Excellent original condition.
Intandane Ltd t/a 69A
An early 20th century souvenir photo album entitled "The Ceremonies of a Japanese Marriage". with green woven silk boards and nineteen hand coloured photographs with explanatory text.
On the final page "Published by Tamamura, Photographer, Kobe, Japan" and in Japanese,"published in the 38th year of Meiji (1905). . . written by Teijiro Takagi"
Condition: very good - there is substantial wear to the silk covered boards ; but internally excellent with no damages or losses; no foxing,...
Original antique map of Asia dating 1762, with inscription "An Improv'd Map of Asia with all the Discoveries that have been made to The Prefent Time, Univerfal Mag. J. Hinton, Newgate Street".
Provanence of a Seattle Collection
Size H11" x W 13 1/2"
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
Japanese Washi Paper Caligraphy Book, Ca. Meiji period 1879, 8 1/4" x 5 3/4" wide, 5/8" thick, approximately 60 pages of Caligraphy in double Washi paper, the condition is good.
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ONE PHOTO BOOK
Pre-war Showa period, early 20th century, Japan
Someone's old private photo album with 32 pieces of black-and-white photographs of Japanese women in kimono, children, and landscape (such as night views, temple, boats, forest road, station, waterfall, waterside sceneries, etc) taken by unknown skillful photographer with such good sense of composition like a professional, as more like an art photobook by the aesthetic inspiration.