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Carved ivory netsuke of a tanuki badger, seated cross legged, in robes and holding a whisk, with inlaid eyes, signed Kangyoku Japanese Characters, Small Sculptures, Bone Carving, Japan Art, Katana, Cat Art, Lion Sculpture, Statue, Antiques

Sold Price: IVORY NETSUKE BY KANGYOKU: Tanuki - Invalid date PDT

Aantique carved ivory netsuke depicting Tanuki with his whisk, Japan

Reproduction oil painting art prints available in a choice of sizes & paper finishes Art UK. Portrait of a Girl Baroque Painting, Baroque Art, Oil Portrait, Dutch Painters, Art Uk, Beautiful Paintings, Figurative Art, Painting Inspiration, Painting & Drawing

Michiel Sweerts (1618 – 1664) – Pintor Belga_9

Netsuke: Autumn grasses with praying mantis, century, Japan Attributed to the artist Ryûsa Carved ivory; H. cm) Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage, 1910 Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art Fimo Polymer Clay, Polymer Clay Jewelry, Mantis Religiosa, Culture Art, Art Asiatique, Art Japonais, Praying Mantis, Wow Art, Bone Carving

ARTE JAPONÉS: LOS NETSUKE

Libros – Ilustraciones – Grabados – Ciencia – Historia – Rarezas - Curiosidades Y algunas otras cosas más

Ivory Okimono saikumono type of man, hare and tanuki.- Okimono collection of Oñate (Part II) Bone Crafts, Japanese Characters, Shell Art, Dose, Asian Art, Japanese Art, Sculpture Art, Samurai, Hand Carved
Bone CraftsJapanese CharactersAsian ArtJapanese Art

Okimono de la colección Oñate (Segunda parte)

Okimono from Oñate´s collection (second part) Okimono en marfil de la colección Oñate (segunda parte), Katsumitsu 勝光, Juraku 壽樂, Yuuhou 右峰, Gyokushun 玉春, Takeyuki 武之, tomochika 友親, Masamichi 正道, 正 行 (Masayuki). 玉昇 Gyokushou,

The Hindu god of auspiciousness, Ganesha, is popularly accepted as the first son of Shiva and Parvati. Seated Ganesha Date: century Culture: India (Orissa) Medium: Ivory Shri Ganesh, Ganesha Art, Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Ganesh Statue, Hanuman, Krishna, Indian Gods, Indian Art
Ganesha ArtLord ShivaHanuman

Seated Ganesha: The Metropolitan Museum of Art | El Arte En La Antigua India

| El Arte En La Antigua India

A large walrus tusk ryûsa manjû of a kanko no niwadori. century, Auktion 1092 Asiatische Kunst I Indien, Südostasien und Japan, Lot 582 Decorative Beads, Glass Table, Geisha, Chess, Asian Art, Bonsai, 19th Century, Sculptures, Carving
Decorative BeadsGeishaAsian Art19th Century

A large walrus tusk ryûsa manjû of a kanko no niwadori. Mid-19th century - Lot 582

- A large walrus tusk ryûsa manjû of a kanko no niwadori. Mid-19th century - Lot 582 - Ergebnis: €992 - Finden Sie alle Einzelheiten zu diesem Objekt hier in unserem Onlinekatalog!

An unusual spherical ivory netsuke with New Year’s emblems and takaramono. Late century, Auktion 1092 Asiatische Kunst I Indien, Südostasien und Japan, Lot 603 Decorative Beads, Decorative Objects, Online Katalog, Emblem, Japanese Art, Brushes, 19th Century, Sculptures, Ivory

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- An unusual spherical ivory netsuke with New Year’s emblems and takaramono. Late 18th/early 19th century - Lot 603 - Ergebnis: €868 - Finden Sie alle Einzelheiten zu diesem Objekt hier in unserem Onlinekatalog!

- A large ivory netsuke of a smiling Fukurokuju. century - Lot 664 - Result: - Find all details for this object in our online catalog! Online Katalog, Edo Era, Japanese Characters, Art Object, Chinese Style, Asian Art, 18th Century, Art Pieces, Ivory
Online KatalogJapanese CharactersArt ObjectAsian ArtIvory

A large ivory netsuke of a smiling Fukurokuju. 18th century - Lot 664

- A large ivory netsuke of a smiling Fukurokuju. 18th century - Lot 664 - Result: €620 - Find all details for this object in our online catalog!

Puszki z kości słoniowej z Madinat az-Zahra Madrid, Sorting Hat, Moorish, Casket, Ivoire, Islamic Art, Art And Architecture, Japanese Art, Simple Designs
Sorting HatMoorishJapanese ArtSimple Designs

Las mujeres en la obra de Eduardo Saavedra: Al-Andalus (II)

Para ilustrar la situación de la mujer en la España musulmana vamos a adentrarnos dentro de las publicaciones arabistas de Eduardo Saavedra. En estas tres obras el protagonismo cae en mujeres que vivieron en Al-Andalus. Los dos primeros serían escritos "menores" aparecidos en periódicos de la época como "La ilustración artística" y "El día", mientras que el tercero fue una conferencia impartida en el Círculo-Patronato de San Luis Gonzaga de Madrid. Este último es la conocida obra " La Mujer…

Royal Treasures of the Asante Court Ghana, The Prestige, Gold Leaf, Egypt, Metal, 1920s, Wood, Ivory Coast, African Art
GhanaGold LeafMetal1920sWoodAfrican Art

Royal Treasures of the Asante Court