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SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
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The material of vase is crackle glazed eathenware. It is more Satsuma type body but not small crackle as Satsuma. Nice Gold design with the panoramaic landscape painting over the two section of vase. The vase itself is in square shape, but the two handles are located on the corner on each end which make more unique. Well design with the gold works with beaded and moriage gold. It is all handpainted. The backside of vase is with plain finish which give you for the change. The condition of vase is...
Paul Jacoulet, Miles # 42. The Awakening, Saipan, Marianas March 1937, Condition Excellent
Paul Jacoulet, Miles No. 141. Once again delighted in a still life in front of a dominant figure, Jacoulet offered his subscribers the first work based on his recent trip around the world. Hong Kong fascinated him, and its foods delighted him. This well fed musician with his plump but skillful hands was Jacoulet's idea of a happy man. The Prints of Paul Jacoulet by Richard Miles. There were less than 60 of this rare 1955 image produced. It is believed there are fewer than 18 of these survivi...
Paul Jacoulet, Sur Le Sable. This very simple print is also influenced by Jacoulet's earlyer trips to Paris, where he admired the reclining nudes of Matisse. It is interesting to compare this treatment of the same model as Fleurs Violettes (No.41), this time in a Western perspective that uses negative spaces with increasing skill. CREDIT: Richard Miles, "The Prints Of Paul Jacoulet" Condition: Color Excellent, Full Margins, Minor Toning, Beautiful Print, This could be the best print left of th...
The Chief's Daughter. Mogmog Using an old painting from the thirties, Jacoulet experimented with two totally different color schemes for this striking portrait of a young girl from the tiny Yap island called Mogmog. The style of the face is very different from the highly realistic studies he was making for prints to be made into blocks directly from drawings. Originally conceived in pale pastel yellows and pinks, La Fille Du Chef finished as perhaps the most innovative color print of the artist...
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Paul Jacoulet, 1950 Les Perles More than 300 individual impressions of nearly sixty blocks, carved on both sides, were needed to create this ultimate technical tour de force of twentieth century art. A companion to Le Mandarin aux Lunettes (No. 106), it was as though Jacoulet wished to display his technique by printing the silver threads on the gossamer cloth in front of his figure, rather then as a flat design on the background. The effect could not be achieved in any other medium, as the ...
Paul Jacoulet,The Replacement, Miles (No. 142) The model, a Chinese girl who was living in Seoul, recently lost a baby. Her pet rabbit was a poor substitute, but it gave Jacoulet and idea for an image that has grown steadily more popular since his death. The young lady also was the inspiration for Les Jades (No. 63),the original painting which was done during the same period as Le Replacement.There is no evidence that Jacoulet completed any paintings in the last five years of his life, so en...
Paul Jacoulet, La Perruche Morte. Celebes This extremely popular print is an example of a concept that now seems more important as a black and white key block print, with its expert, Matisse like line. The colors lessen the impact of the sorrow of the island maiden with her dead pet parakeet, and the accusation of excessive emotionalism is hard to contradict. Credit: Richard Miles "the prints of Paul Jacoulet" Condition: color beautiful, full margins, pristine condition.
Paul Jacoulet, This very simple but striking portrait of two young hunters in the Celebes is very scarce, but because of the pigments used is more often found in unfaded condition. As a double portrait of young men, it ranks with Les Enfents aux Yeux Jaunes (No.71). Credit: Richard Miles, "THE PRINTS OF PAUL JACOULET". There were fewer than 60 impressions produced, very few in any condition left, but miraculously, this print has survived in (100 percent) perfect condition.
Paul Jacoulet, Danses D' Okesa, 1952 Miles # 124 Condition: Color Perfect, Full Margins, Paper No Foxing or toning, Overall Exquisite
Paul Jacoulet, Korean Dancer, Miles No. 162 January 1960 This is a very rare image (Jacoulet's Last) Has Gauze-like gauffrage curtain of earliest impressions, fewer than 60 images Condition: Color Excellent, Full margins, Overall Condition: Excellent (Might be the best one left of this image).
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Paul Jacoulet, Premier Amour, 1937. Miles No. 43, Condition: Color very good, Margins Full, Paper very good, This is one of Jacoulets most desirable images, because of it's rarity few are ever offered in this fine condition. Printers Proof
Naga, Wild Ox "Mithun" Necklace, With Flat Carved And Incised Sections, Large Carved Head At Center. Strand Of Tubular Conch Shell, Cobalt And "Nupti" Bglass Beads, With Connectors Of "Nupti" Glass Beads. Museum Quality
NAGA,Phom Tribe, Fine Collar Necklace, Rare Mustard Color Glass Beads, Spaced With Red Whiteharts, Sections Of Turquoise Padre Glass Beads, And A Center Of Blue Cobalt Glass. Each Section Is Bordered By Horn Separators With Ridged Brass Bells On Perimeter, Conch Shell Disc At Center. Conch Shell Sections As Weights At(Shell) Clasp. MUSEUM QUALITY
Burmese Naga, Antique Bone Carved Pectoral, On Necklace Of Long Fine Etched Conch Shell Sections, With Shell Tube And Glass Beads.
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1900 item #16716
Naga Ceremonial Necklace, Double Strand Segmented Carved Ivory Necklace with connecting "Nupti" and Cobalt Glass Beads, Conch Shell Tube Beads, and Carved Bone Separator Bars "Kaylyo-Kengyu Tribe" (Burma-Naga Region-Unadministered) Museum Quality
Southeast Asian : Pre 1920 item #16762
Antique Bronze Buddha "Hotei"
Asian Art By Kyoko
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It is rare to find old Imari stacking dishes in this condition. The measurements of this Imari are approx. 7" in diameter and 10" tall, quite an impressive size. The diameter of the bottom bowl (opening) is the smallest and it becomes slightly wider toward the top. Once you place the dishes in the right order it makes a PERFECT fit. The condition is excellent with the gilt maintaining most of it's color. The glaze has green (seiji) tint to it and little lumpy. Circa Meiji.