20 mars 2014

A Miyao bronze figure of an oni. By the Miyao workshop, Meiji period (late 19th century)

A Miyao bronze figure of an oni. By the Miyao workshop, Meiji period (late 19th century). Photo Bonhams. The repentant demon finely cast in priest's robes, chanting a Buddhist prayer and carrying a donations ledger, bearing a rich brown patina and with the details highlighted in gilt, signed in a gilt plaque Miyao zo; 19in (48.3cm) high. Sold for US$ 35,000 (€25,432) Published: Laura Bordignon, The Golden Age of Japanese Okimono, Suffolk, 2010, p.263Bonhams. FINE JAPANESE WORKS OF ART. 19 Mar 2014, New... [Lire la suite]
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20 mars 2014

A pair of Miyao bronze figures. By Miyao Eisuke, Meiji period (late 19th century)

A pair of Miyao bronze figures. By Miyao Eisuke, Meiji period (late 19th century). Photo Bonhams. The two warriors with their weapons at the ready finely cast in bronze with gilt details, the first advancing with his naginata dressed in an elaborate robe and helmet, the second figure posed with an arrow nocked on his bow, a quiver slung around his back, both signed in a rectangular gilt plaque Miyao Ei; each with fitted wood stand; 8in (20.3cm) high; 9in (22.9cm) high. Sold for US$ 37,500 (€27,248) Published: Laura Bordignon,... [Lire la suite]
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18 mars 2014

Bouteille à saké en porcelaine imari, Japon, circa 1700

Bouteille à saké en porcelaine imari, Japon, circa 1700. photo Sotheby's. AN IMARI PORCELAIN SAKE BOTTLE, JAPAN, CIRCA 1700 quadrangulaire, le col coupé à monture en métal, chaque face décorée en bleu et rouge de fer de pivoines et chrysanthèmes rehaussées d'or; 24 cm, 9 1/4 in. Estimation 3,000 — 4,000 EUR Sotheby's. Ancienne collection de la vicomtesse de Courval. Paris | 25 mars 2014 - http://www.sothebys.com/
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15 mars 2014

Japanese Imari Tureen with Cover, Japan, ca. 1750

Japanese Imari Tureen with Cover, Japan, ca. 1750.Photo courtesy Vanderven Oriental Art. Width: 18 cm. Price: € 2.500 Provenance: Former Collection Berne Abbey (Heeswijk-Dinther), the Netherlands Vanderven Oriental Art. MasterArt at TEFAF 2014 on stand 814. 14-23 march 2014 - http://www.masterart.com/
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15 mars 2014

A Japanese inlaid iron vase with seashells by Saeki Yoshimitsu, Circa 1920, Taisho period

A Japanese inlaid iron vase with seashells by Saeki Yoshimitsu, Circa 1920, Taisho period. Photo courtesy Grace Tsumugi Fine Art. An inlaid iron vase of globular form, decorated in gold, silver, shibuichi and shakudo takazogan (high relief inlay) with various seashells on an iron ground. Signed Yoshimitsu. 17.4 x 17.4cm (6 7/8 x 6 7/8 in) Grace Tsumugi Fine Art. MasterArt at TEFAF 2014. 14-23 march 2014 - http://www.masterart.com/ – avec Youssef Ammar.
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15 mars 2014

Quails among Autumn Flowers and Plants, possible attribution to Tosa Mitsukiyo (1808-1862), Edo period (1615-1868), first half 1

Quails among Autumn Flowers and Plants, Tosa school artist not identified, possible attribution to Tosa Mitsukiyo (1808-1862), Edo period (1615-1868), first half 19th century. Photo courtesy Helena Markus Antique Japanese Screens. Six-panel screen. Ink and colour on gold leaf. H 98 x W 371,8 cm Tosa Mitsuoki (1808-1862), was the son ad pupil of Tosa Mitsuzane and the brother of Tosa Mitsubuni, the artist who painted the screen illustrated in our catalogue “Nature and Poetry” on the pages 44-45. As his brother, he held various... [Lire la suite]


15 mars 2014

Kashioka Tamazan (fl. Meiji-Taisho Periods), Boat Pullers, Taishō period (1912-1926), dated 7th lunar month, 1919

Kashioka Tamazan (fl. Meiji-Taisho Periods), Boat Pullers, Taishō period (1912-1926), dated 7th lunar month, 1919. Photo courtesy Helena Markus Antique Japanese Screens. Two-panel furosaki screen. Seal Tamazan no in Kashioka. Signature Shoin Shujin (head of the Shoin studio).Ink and colours on buff paper. H 75 x W 170 cm The two-panel furosaki screen depicts funahiki, men pulling boats upstream. The first furosaki screens were produced during the Edo period to fulfil society’s new requirements and increased demands. The furosaki... [Lire la suite]
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15 mars 2014

Satake Eikai (1803 - 1874), Spring and Autumn, Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century

Satake Eikai (1803 - 1874), Spring and Autumn, Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century. Photo courtesy Helena Markus Antique Japanese Screens. Pair of six-fold screens. Signed and sealed “Eikai”. Ink and colour on buff paper with gold sand (kin-sunago). H 46 x W 125 cm Satake Eikai was born in Aizu but later moved to Edo to commence his studies under Tani Bunchō. Later, for a certain period, he also studied under Sakai Hōitsu .After completing his apprenticeship he was called by the feudal lords of Hikone to serve as an official... [Lire la suite]
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15 mars 2014

Yamakawa Kōji II (1860-1930), A Japanese study of silver cranes on a rock by Yamakawa Koji, Circa 1910

Yamakawa Kōji II (1860-1930), A Japanese study of silver cranes on a rock by Yamakawa Koji, Circa 1910. Photo courtesy Grace Tsumugi Fine Art. A Japanese study of a pair of silver cranes standing on a rock; the birds decorated in shakudō, copper, gold, and shibuichi; bronze base; hardwood stand of suhama (seashore) form. Signed underneath one of the cranes on a silver plaque: Ishikawa-ken Kaga no kuni Kanazawa jū Yamakawa Kōji kinsaku (Respectfully made by Yamakawa Kōji of Kanazawa in Ishikawa Prefecture, Kaga Province); the wood... [Lire la suite]
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15 mars 2014

Matsumura Keibun (1779 - 1843), Birds & Flowers, Shijō School, Edo period (1615-1868), beg. 19th century

Matsumura Keibun (1779 - 1843), Birds & Flowers, Shijō School, Edo period (1615-1868), beg. 19th century. Photo courtesy Helena Markus Antique Japanese Screens. Pair of two-fold screens. Signature “Keibun”. Seals “Keibun Keika (?)”. Ink and colour on buff paper with gold sand (kin-sunago).H 173 x W 182 cm Matsumura Keibun lived in Kyōto and studied with his elder brother Matsumura Goshun as well as with Maruyama Ōkyo. Ōkyo’s blend of realism and decorative beauty exerted a great influence on him. He served as an attendant... [Lire la suite]


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