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Winter Assemblage No Reserves And 25% Value Start Price

by Pangaea Auctions

December 10, 2016 (in progress)

Carson City, NV, USA

Live Auction

Lot 280: Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger. Est

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Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
  • Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger.   Est
   
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Description: Japanese Hand Painted Wood Carved Tiger. Estimated more than 50 yrs old. Japanese art covers a wide range of art styles and media, including ancient pottery, sculpture, ink painting and calligraphy on silk and paper, ukiyo-e paintings and woodblock prints, kiri-e, kirigami, origami, along with a myriad of other types of works of art. The earliest complex art in Japan was produced in the 7th and 8th centuries in connection with Buddhism. In the 9th century, as the Japanese began to turn away from China and develop indigenous forms of expression, the secular arts became increasingly important; until the late 15th century, both religious and secular arts flourished. Painting is the preferred artistic expression in Japan. Until modern times, the Japanese wrote with a brush rather than a pen, and their familiarity with brush techniques has made them particularly sensitive to the values and aesthetics of painting. With the rise of popular culture in the Edo period, a style of woodblock prints became a major form and its techniques were fine tuned to produce colorful prints. The Japanese, in this period, found sculpture a much less sympathetic medium for artistic expression. Japanese ceramics are among the finest in the world and include the earliest known artifacts of their culture. In architecture, Japanese preferences for natural materials and an interaction of interior and exterior space are clearly expressed. (Wikipedia) Size: See Ruler Photo. (Photos Represent The Condition Of The Lot.)

Condition Report: Good

 
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