Still life of eggs in basket and vegetable using Chinese ink technique
An oil painting by Chinese artist Wang Peng
An old ink painting on rice paper of landscape by artist unknown to me
An old Chinese ink painting of bird
This is an led Classical Chinese painting in Northern Sung Dynasty style and technique
Commissioned portrait of a beautiful chestnut brown slim rescue dog whose dark spinal fur resembles that of a Rhodesian Ridgeback.
She struck such a stance as if reviving an ancestral show pedigree pose...
Japanese late 20th - early 21st century large MUMYO-ware ceramic vase by Living National Treasure ceramic artist ITO SEKISUI. He was designated Living National Treasure for MUMYOI ware in 2003. He is the first ceramicist working in MUMYOI ware that has received this designation. He is the 5th generation working in this medium. The vase comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden storage box. The vase measures 14" in height and 14" in diameter. (denesu)
Japanese late 20th century (1985) vase by ceramic artist, TERAMOTO MAMORU. TERAMOTO was born in 1949 in Hiratsuka City in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. In 1975 he began studying with Kutani ceramicist, MATSUMOTO SAICHI. In 1976 he established his own kiln in Ibaraki Prefecture. He has exhibited throughout Japan and also in the US. This vase comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden storage box. The vase measures 14" long, 7 1/4" deep and 7" tall. (rudene)
Thomas Bigelow Craig (American (1849-1924)
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right and dated “1871”, and retaining a gallery label from Chas...
Japanese 20-21st century large ceramic vase by Ito Shin. Ito Shin was born in Chiba, Japan in 1952 and has lived in worked in Mashiko in Tochigi Prefecture. He studied under KIKUCHI AKIRA, another Mashiko artist. He is a member of the DENTOKOGEIKAI, or traditional arts guild and also the Japan Ceramics Exhibition and has been selected to exhibit in these shows since 1977. Signed by artist on bottom. The vase comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden storage box...
Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894)
Pheasant with Chicks
Bronze, with mid brown patina, 6 ½” x 3 ¾” x 3 ¾”H
Well known for his animalier sculptures, his bronzes were always immaculately chased and patinated, and were especially popular in England and Scotland.. By the end of the 19th century, his sculptures had become popular in the United States as well...
Fine Modernest Abstract Figural Form Bronze having alternating planes of smooth and textured surfaces. Mounted on a wood base. Unsigned. Mid 20th Century
Height of bronze: 15.25"
Over all Height: 22"
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An old Chinese literati ink painting by anonymous artist
Japanese late 20th century (1995) porcelain charger by master ceramacist, Ono Hakuko (1925-1996). The charger has the design of fern leaves and blossoms done in Ono Hakuko's signature style with gold leaf. The charger is signed "Haku" on the bottom. The charger comes with TOMOBAKO, or original wooden artist signed storage box. The box is also signed by Ono Hakuko's son, Ono Jiro. It also comes with TOMOGIRE, or original artist stamped wrapping cloth...
Japanese 20th-21ST century doll made by doll artist KUROKAWA KAZUE. The doll is entitled KAERI MICHI, or "The Road Home" or "The Way Home". The doll comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden storage box and wood stand. The doll measures 12" tall by 3 1/2" wide by 5" deep. (nonesu)
Japanese late 20th (1992) large ceramic vessel by ceramic artist TAKAUCHI SHUGO. TAKAUCHI SHUGO was born in Tokyo in Showa 12, or 1937 and he presently works in Mashiko, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, where he has a kiln. He has exhibited around Japan numerous times, including 4 times at the prestigious DENTO KOGEI exhibition. The vessel comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden storage box. The vessel measures 15 1/2" wide, 7 1/2" deep and 21 1/2" tall.
This etching with engraving and aquatint by the Russian-born artist, Jacques Lipchitz measures 14 x 10 inches, pencil signed and numbered 9/33, 1945. Lipchitz studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and the Academie Julian in Paris where he began his career and became heavily influenced by the cubist style of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.