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Meiji No Takara =

Treasures of Imperial Japan, Volume 2, Parts 1 and 2, Metalwork Metalwork Pt. 1-2

Format: Hardback
Publisher: Khalili Collections, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Dec 1995
Dimensions: w 290mm h 390mm d 163mm
Weight: 13080g
ISBN-10: 1874780021
ISBN-13: 9781874780021
Barcode No: 9781874780021
This volume introduces 161 examples from the greatest group of Meiji-period masterpieces in metal ever assembled, decorated in an astonishing variety of virtuoso techniques and drawing on a vast store of subject matter derived from Chinese and Japanese history, legend, and religion. It includes a vast and hitherto unknown bronze incense-burner by Suzuki Chokichi (1848-1919), an exquisitely decorated elephant incense-burner by Shoami Katsuyoshi (1832-1908), a large group of iron pieces decorated in gold by the Komai family of Kyoto, and ornaments commissioned from leading artists by the Ozeki company. Kano Natsuo (1828-98), the outstanding decorative metalworker of 19th century Japan, is represented by a table-screen in shibuichi, and there is another screen of Shoki the demon-queller, by his great contemporary Unno Shomin (1844-1915). The sculptural highlight of the entire Collection is a group by Otake Norikuni (b. 1852) representing the deity Susanoo no Mikoto receiving the sacred jewel.

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