15 juin 2011

The Seven Treasures: Exhibition of Cloisonné from the V&A and the Edwin Davies Gift

Vase, Nagoya, mark of Hayashi Kodenji, c.1880-90, Height 25cm, width 12cm; LONDON.- Edwin Davies OBE has donated one of the world’s finest collections of Japanese cloisonné enamels to the V&A. Thanks to his significant gift, the V&A is now able to show the most wide-ranging selection of cloisonné masterpieces existing in Europe. A special display is on view at the V&A, from June 14 through August 19, 2012, to celebrate the gift and tell the story of this exquisite craft. The Edwin Davies Gift is made up nearly 90... [Lire la suite]
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30 mai 2010

Sydney L. Moss presents Japanese Art

Tomotada. Ivory ox and calf. Signed. Kyoto, circa 1760-80. Length: 2⅜ in., 6.6 cm. Sydney L. Moss Ltd., celebrating its centenary this year, will be one of the few dealers in Asian art to exhibit at the Russian, Eastern & Oriental Fine Art Fair taking place from Thursday 10 to Saturday 12 June 2010 at the Park Lane Hotel, Piccadilly, London. Max Rutherston, responsible for the Japanese activities of Sydney L. Moss, speaks Russian and in the last few years has conducted significant business in the Russian-speaking world,... [Lire la suite]
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31 octobre 2009

Japanese 'Cloisonné Enamels from the Stephen W. Fisher Collection' @ The Walters Art Museum

Pair of Vases Decorated with Japanese Bush Warblers Perching on Blossoming Wisteria, Goto Seizaburō, standard cloisonné enamel over metal, 36.5 cm, Stephen W. Fisher Collection, Baltimore (FE.13, FE 14) BALTIMORE, MD.- The Stephen W. Fisher collection of Japanese cloisonne enamels is one of the finest in the world. Comprised largely of pieces created during Japan's "golden age" of decorative art production, the special exhibition at the Walters, Japanese Cloisonne Enamels from the Stephen W. Fisher Collection, will... [Lire la suite]