Autumn Grasses | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met
Gardens planted to evoke deserted fields of autumn wildflowers inspired poets and artists in many media: painting, ceramics, lacquer, and textiles. Eulalia and Japanese bush clover were the most appreciated of the autumn plants for their appearance of wildness and abundance when waving in the wind, as well as for their suggestion of melancholy when withered
Sold Price: Paravent six feuilles Japon, Ecole de kano, période Edo grues en - April 4, 0115 12:00 PM CEST
Paravent six feuilles Japon, Ecole de kano, période Edo grues en vol gouache et feuilles d'or sur papier dim. une feuille:160x60 cm Provenance: achat à Kyoto en 1954, dans la même collection depuis lors
Japanese Edo Period Peddlar's Box Tansu.
Japanese Edo Period Peddlar's Box, gyoshobako, kiri wood throughout with mixed metal for original hardware of brass and iron on locks, side carrying rings, double safe compartments, with the lower inside containing a removable safe box with 3 drawers, worn condition with original finish, 11"W 19"D 26"H.