16 mars 2016

Gregg Baker Asian Art at TEFAF Maastricht 2016

Suda Kokuta (1906-1990), Symbol of infinite space, Japan, 1960. Oil and mixed media on canvas, 91.5cm x 65.5 cm. Signed 'Suda Kokuta 1960-8-28'. Gregg Baker Asian Art © TEFAF Maastricht, 2016 Provenance: Private collection, Osaka, Japan A two-fold paper screen with the Uji river and its famous bridge, Japan, Edo period, 17th century. Paper, colour and gold, 179 x 191 cm. Gregg Baker Asian Art © TEFAF Maastricht, 2016 Tsurusawa Tansaku (circa 1729-1797), A... [Lire la suite]

12 mars 2016

Asia Week New York opens with Ancient/and or Contemporary Japanese Art

  Installation shot of @giuseppe_piva_japanese_art exhibition of Japanese art and antiques for #AsiaWeekNY. NEW YORK, NY.- March 10th kicks off Asia Week New York, the extraordinary ten-day extravaganza that animates New York with a glorious array of prized Asian works of art. Originating from every corner of the Asian continent, the artworks will be shown throughout Manhattan by international Asian art specialists starting March 10 through March 19. In the museum-quality presentations by 45 galleries, art... [Lire la suite]
08 mars 2016

Exhibition of classic ukiyo-e spanning 100 years on view at Scholten Japanese Art

Utagawa Toyokuni I (1769-1825), "Women Washing and Stretching Cloth", each sheet signed Toyokuni ga, with censor's kiwame (approval) seal and publisher's seal of Tsutaya Juzaburo (Koshodo, 1750-1797), ca. 1795, oban tate-e triptych 28 1/8 by 14 5/8 in., 71.5 by 37 cm. Asking price: $14,000. Photo courtesy Scholten Japanese Art NEW YORK, NY.- Scholten Japanese Art participates in Asia Week 2016 with Ukiyo-e Tales: Stories from the Floating World, an exhibition focused on classic... [Lire la suite]
03 mars 2016

Blum & Poe presents an exhibition of work by Kazunori Hamana, Yuji Ueda, and Otani Workshop

Yuji Ueda, Untitled, c. 2015, 10 7/8 x 12 x 11 5/8 inches. © the artist. Courtesy of the artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo. NEW YORK, NY.- Blum & Poe presents an exhibition of Japanese ceramics featuring the work of Kazunori Hamana, Yuji Ueda, and Otani Workshop — organized and curated by Takashi Murakami. For this exhibition, Takashi Murakami assembles a new generation of Japanese ceramicists whose unique pottery methods merge a respect for lineage with improvisation, experimentation,... [Lire la suite]
20 février 2016

Carole Davenport at Asia Week New York 2016

 Gigaku Mask of Suikoju, Japan, Nara Period, 8th century. Wood with gesso, pigments, lacquer. Height: 10 inches © Carole Davenport Mori Tetsuzan (1775-1841), Roaring Tiger, Japan, Edo Period, 18th century. Ink and color on silk. 51.5 x 33.5 inches © Carole Davenport Moon Jar, Korea, 18th century. Porcelain with white glaze and pink blushes. 13 x 13 inches (21.65 x 21.65 cm) © Carole Davenport Hiroyuki Asano, Sunset, 2011. Black granite. 22... [Lire la suite]
19 février 2016

Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd. at Asia Week New York 2016

Goro Suzuki (1941- ), Oribe Vase, 2002. Stoneware, 26 x 16 inches (66 x 40.5 cm) © Dai Ichi Arts Motohiko Ito. Platter. 38 x 11 inches. © Dai Ichi Arts Michio Koinuma. Vessel. 16 x 11 inches. © Dai Ichi Arts Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd. at Asia Week New York 2016. March 10-18. Seductive Beauty: Master Pieces From Japan. 18 East 64th Street, New York 10065. T (212) 230 1680 - M (917) 435 9473 - daiichiarts@yahoo.com - www.daiichiarts.com

18 février 2016

BachmannEckenstein JapaneseArt at Asia Week New York 2016

Ikeno Taiga and Gyokuran, Landscape. Ink and color on paper, 51 x 10 ¾ inches. © BachmannEckenstein  Teabowl. Japan, Edo Period, 17th century. Iga ware. Height: 3 x 5 inches (7.5 x 12.5 cm). © BachmannEckenstein  Tamamizu Ichigen (1662-1722). Raku Teabowl. Japan, Edo Period. Raku ware. Height: 3 3/8 inches (8.7 cm). Diameter: 4 1/4 inches (11 cm). © BachmannEckenstein  Hine Taizan (1813-1869). Hanging Scroll. Japan, Meiji Period—dated 1868.... [Lire la suite]
09 février 2016

Monkey in persimmon tree, Ohara Koson, Matsuki Heikichi, 1900 - 1930

Monkey in persimmon tree, Ohara Koson, Matsuki Heikichi, 1900 - 1930. Color woodcut; line block in black with colored blocks, h 341mm × 186mm b. Donation of Mr. J. Perrée, Eindhoven, 1999 - RP-P-1999-500. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.  
03 février 2016


Kabuto (helmet) in the shape of a turban shell, with gold leaf, Momoyama period, 17th century, Iron, gold, lacquer, and silk, H. of bowl, 19.3 cm, Tokyo National Museum. Eboshi-shaped kabuto (helmet) with maedate (crest) in form of a mantis, Edo period, 17th century, Iron, lacquer, cord, silk, wood, gold, and papier-maché, H. of bowl, 20.3 cm. Momonari-kabuto (peach-shaped helmet) with butterfly crest, Edo period, 18th century, Iron, wood, gold, leather, lacquer, and silk, H. of bowl, 26.5 cm, National Museum of Japanese... [Lire la suite]
26 janvier 2016

Gregg Baker Asian Art at TEFAF 2016

Ryoji Koie (b.1938), A six-fold paper screen painted in ink on a hakura (silk on gold) ground with the characters “1, 2, 3” and abstract calligraphy; Dimensions: H. 68" x W. 150" (172.5cm x 381cm); Signed: Ryoji Koie; Seal: Ryoji Koie, Japan, 21st century Heisei 23 (2011). Gregg Baker Asian Art at TEFAF 2016. © TEFAF Maastricht, 2015 Works by the artist can be found in the collections of: Victoria and Albert Museum, London; New South Wales Art Gallery, Australia; Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary... [Lire la suite]