Posts tagged with "japanese art collection"



Sunday Open House March 2020. Japanese Salo goes virtual!
Japanese Antique Tea Cabinet from ca 1930 Kayaki wood, lacquer paint on the frame of the little window. width: 75cm, hight: 105.50 cm, depth: 28,5cm Price : contact The Art Nouveau artists such as Emile Galle got inspired from the Japanese arts and furniture. Japanese tea cabinet was one of them which brought inspiration to European artists. This cabinet is from Shyowa period and it is more functional and practical than the original tea cabinet designed for only tea ceremony. This is...
Kimono Art - Fly High
This month's pick is Art of Kimono, with the symbol of eagle - strength, braveness and power. Such beautiful craftsmanship of embroidery is rarely seen these days.
Falcons loved by Samurai
June - "Jiro -037" by Jiro Inagaki (1933-2008) Size : 100 x 100 cm Japanese paper "Washi" handcrafted by Jiro Inagaki, Acryl and mixed media. Provenance : Jiro Arts Foundation, Amsterdam Presented by Azumi Uchitani, Japanese SALON, Bussum SOLD
Abstract representation of Japanese Traditional Architecture
All about Japanese Screen

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