• #199188 Pair of Antique Japanese Imari Bowls

    Japanese and Other Art Decorative & Collectibles ...

    185.00

    150.00

    Pair of Antique Japanese Imari Bowls, late 19-early 20th century. Dimensions: Diameter: 4 3/4" X Height: 2 3/4"

  • #21652 Antique Korean Low Blanket Chest with Front Opening Door

    Japanese and Other Art Chinese Furiture ...

    1300.00

    895.00

    Antique Korean Low Blanket Chest with Front Opening Door used to store blankets, late 19th-early 20th century. this one has beautiful old patina both on the wood and on the brass fitting and is a wonderful size for many different usages. Dimensions: 31 3/4" X 19 1/4" X 15 1/2"

  • #21703 Old Japanese Woodcut by Utagawa Hiroshige from Late Edo Period

    Japanese and Other Art

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    Old Japanese Woodcut from the series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo- Zojoji Temple and Akabane, by Japan's master print maker artist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858. Dimensions: 15" x 20" (with frame)

  • #21702 Old Japanese Woodcut by Utagawa Hiroshige from Late Edo Period

    Japanese and Other Art

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    Old Japanese Woodcut from the series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo- Koume Embankment by Japan's master print maker artist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858). Dimensions: 15" x 20" (with frame)

  • #21396 Pair of Japanese Woodblock Prints by Yoshitoshi Mori

    Japanese and Other Art

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    21396 (日本近代藝術家森義利作版畫兩張) Two woodblock prints by Yoshitoshi Mori Yoshitoshi Mori (Japan, 1898-1992) Master fabric dyer and print maker, Yoshitoshi Mori's work has been collected by museums in Japan and in the west. In these two prints shown here, one can see both the boldness and the abstract quality expressed in a distinct modern sense. The works, though with a complex look on the surface, hold a naïve feeling that are almost cartoon like perhaps can date back to his involvement with the Mingei movement and his early working with stencil dying. His colors are charming. They remind me of old and solemn Japanese towns and people from the past era. The colors in these two prints are warm and somewhat quiet in its richness. They hold many tiny images: pagoda, lantern like stone column, stone walls, Japanese gates, bundled-yarn like trees, people, houses, shops and shop decorations, stalls, more people, flying white doves, ... Though these two works are landscape and festival print, people are the central theme in both of the works that contrasted to each other. One is filled with endless houses and trees with just a few, scarce dream-like figures in the middle that pulls the whole painting inward for the viewers. Perhaps the artist was speaking inside him something quiet and important? It reminds me of pebbles being thrown on a pond of water, and we see more and more the reflections and the circles growing outward from inside... The other work is just the opposite with people working like music flowing through the image with bright and cheerful colors. This print, abstract in nature, is composed of many lantern-like circles against the rectangular, triangular, and other geometric shapes such as diamond shape, with figures spotting here and there all over the place, creating a rhythmic river flow under thickly roofed sky with only a few white doves flying above, chasing the freedom... The following link is provided for more reference. https://www.asianartscollection.com/a/Yoshitoshi-Mori/53 Approximate Dimensions (Unframed) for each print : 17 1/2" x 13 1/2". Dimensions with Frame: 25 1/4" x 19 1/4". Sold as a pair. Price upon request.

  • #21397 Antique Japanese Triptych Ukiyoe Woodblock Print by Kunisada and Hiroshige

    Japanese and Other Art

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    This beautiful triptych was created by the collaboration of Japan's master woodcut artists Hiroshige (1797-1858) and Utagawa Kunisada (1786–1864), possibly from the Tale of the Genji. This triptych assumes the character of the traditional Ukiyoe style with lavish amount of attractive blue. It depicts a prince ? In full costumes with a sword as the main figure inside a landscape with garden with flowering trees. Two small female figures are placed in the far distance: one in the garden and one inside a house. Creases from the vertical folds. Minor wear, but generally in good condition. Frame slightly damaged at the corner. Photos are taken from the outside of the frame. Approximate Dimension(Unframed): 30" x 15" Dimensions with Frame: 33 3/4" x 18 1/2" The follwing links are provided for more information and reference about the work and history of the above artists. https://www.museum-franzgertsch.ch/en/exhibitions/hiroshige-and-kunisada-fascinating-colour-woodcuts/ https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/53719

  • #18647 Antique Rectangular Japanese Imari Porcelain Dish-40% off

    Japanese and Other Art Decorative & Collectibles ...

    135.00

    81.00

    #18647 Antique Rectangular Imari Porcelain Dish. Early 20th century. Dimensions: 7 1/4" x 4 3/8" x 1 1/2" H. Reg. $135, 4th of July Sale $81. #19181 Small circular antique Japanese Imari plate, 19th century. Dimensions: 6 1/8" Diameter x 7/8" H. Reg. $110, 4th of July Sale $66. #20778 Vintage circular small Export Japanese plate with gold tone, earlier 20th century. Dimensions: 5 1/2" diameter x 1/2" H. Reg. $52, 4th of July Sale $31.20.

  • #21400 Antique Japanese Hand-Carved Long Wooden Plaque with A Warrior

    Japanese and Other Art Decorative & Collectibles ...

    600.00

    365.00

    Antique Japanese Hand-Carved Long Wooden Plaque with A Warrior riding on a horse. Some colors. Meiji period. Dimensions: 37" L x 14" W x 2 3/4" D

  • #21387 Large Size Antique Japanese Imari Bowl with Auspicious Carp

    Japanese and Other Art Decorative & Collectibles ...

    850.00

    450.00

    Beautiful Large Size Antique Japanese Imari Bowl with Unusual Auspicious Carp in the center; with mark at the bottom. 19th century.

  • #21386 Ex-Large Size Vintage Japanese Imari Platter

    Japanese and Other Art Decorative & Collectibles ...

    450.00

    265.00

    Ex-Large Size Vintage Japanese Imari Platter. Early-mid 20th century. Dimensions: 18" Diameter x 2.5" H

  • #21167 Antique Japanese Painted Scroll with Puppies by Maruyama Okyo

    Japanese and Other Art

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    Antique Japanese Painted Scroll with Puppies and Morning Glory by Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795). Maruyama Okyo is considered among Japan's master painters. He creates paintings with a naturalistic style often with fine detailed rendering of subject, be it scenery, people, or animals. His work is collected by major museums in Japan and worldwide. More information can be found easily online. This scroll appears to have been reframed. The top has stains from molds. There are creases as well. But the painting itself appears to be in good condition. Sold as is. Dimensions: 52" H x 31" (scroll), 26" x 13" (painting)

  • #21168 Small Size Antique Imari Plate with Intricate Floral Painting and Mark

    Japanese and Other Art Decorative & Collectibles ...

    320.00

    200.00

    Small Size Antique Imari Plate with Intricate Floral Painting and Mark. The mark at the bottom of this plate does not represent the actual age of the plate. However, this 19th century small plate has beautiful painted detail with flower patterns from different seasons in beautiful colors. A beautiful gift or to add to your collection! Dimensions: 4 3/4" in diameter x 5/8" H

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