Japanese art styles
Extraordinary unique Japanese contemporary "byobu" or folding screen featuring genryoku style handcrafted silk raised kimono in red, black and gold on a black background. Tagasode is the way a genryoku kosode kimono is hung over a kimono rack. The kosode is considered the origin of modern kimono. According to the designer of this series, tagasode originated from the desire of ladies of the court to preserve their exquisite kimonos, and thus kimono designs showcasing the Four Seasons in Japan, it
A pair of four-fold paper screens painted in ink on a gold ground with take (bamboo) and suzume (sparrows). This right-hand screen depicts three suzume (sparrows) flying over kumazasa (dwarf bamboo). Signed: Beisen Inscription: Yuzan suzume wo utsutsu. Sparrows painted by Yuzan. (19th/20th century Meiji period)
Dimensions: 56-1/4 x 0-3/4 x 49-1/2 in Room / Type:Décor / Wall Art LifeStyle / Style:Classic / Casual Classic Weight:26.46 lbs Pre-fitted Hanging Strips A set of two paintings, each with a hand gilt background depicting a Japanese Magnolia painted sans traverse across the two panels. The originals Japanese, circa 1900.
Exquisite contemporary dimpled gilded signed decorative porcelain vase, a stunning piece hand painted by highly acclaimed porcelain artist of Japan’s Imari-Arita region. The artist is the recipient of numerous awards for his exceptional porcelain work and his unique signature gold and platinum work on porcelain. In 2016, the British Museum added a work by this artist to its collection of contemporary Japanese porcelain in the Imari-Arita polychrome enamel tradition. The artist's profile is avail
Beautiful and classic large square shape framed silk painting of a geisha on red background and gilt detailing. The piece comes in a metal bamboo design gilt frame. Inside size; 27x27” White matting Glass front No signature of the artist, found at a local estate sale Excellent condition