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All Items : New Century : Folk Art : Contemporary item #1338911 (stock #J370)
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$120.00
Ikkan-bari basket made of bamboo and paper. Ikkan-bari is a Japanese traditional craft which is: many layers of washi (Japanese handmade paper) are pasted on the bamboo or wood frame, or wood or clay mold. And then coated with urushi or kaki-shibu (persimmon juice) when it becomes dry and hard. It has paper(not Japanese paper) pasted on the bamboo basket and coated with kaki-shibu. Cloth hand-painted daruma and Benkei are collaged on both sides. In excellent condition. Contemporary...
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1130983 (stock #J198)
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$180.00
This is a plate with hand-painting of kajika ( one kind of rock fish ) made by Nagase Wataru, who is a contemporary pottery artist, born in Yamagata prefecture ( 1977~ ) and finished the graduate school at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 2002. He won many prizes and lives in Nagasaki now. His main works are creatures in the ocean and the river. In excellent condition. Diameter: 20.5cm H:4cm
All Items : New Century : Ceramics : Pottery : Contemporary item #1130981 (stock #J197)
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$550.00
This is a ceramic figure of kajika ( one kind of rock fish ), which lives in clear rivers in Japan. It has strong impact and very appealing. Nagase Wataru is a contemporary pottery artist, born in Yamagata prefecture ( 1977~ )and finished graduate school at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 2002. He won many prizes and lives in Nagasaki now. His main works are creatures in the ocean and the river. In excellent condition...
All Items : New Century : Prints : Contemporary item #1124142
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2940.00 yen
This is a book of the woodblock prints by Rinpa school painters such as Furuya Korin ( 1875~1910 ), Kamisaka Sekka ( 1806~1942 ), Nakamura Hochu ( ~1819 ) and Taniguchi Kokyo ( 1864~1918 ) published by Unsodo in 2005. This book is consist of the selected works of their original woodblock print books published during Meiji period ( 1868~1912 ). It has 85 pages with more than 120 prints in full color. Written in Japanese only. ISBN 978-4-7538-0198-5 Brand new. 24cm x 24cm