+ PAIR OF SCULPTURES, Shibayama, Japan, Meiji era (1868-1912)

Japan, Meiji era (1868-1912)

Height: 48.5 cm, dia. 17.5 and 18 cmbr />

The state of preservation is visible in the photos, they have some losses of bone and mother-of-pearl applications.

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4 200 zł tax incl.

A pair of large sculptures made in the Shibayama technique. It is a sculptural art in which the artist combines various materials, in this case - wood, bone and mother of pearl. The materials are used as applications on a carved surface of wood. They can be used as a purely decorative object or as vases or containers for storing calligraphy brushes - they have the form of such vessels.

olor: # 888888; ">The Shibayama technique was initiated in the years 1772-1781 by Onoki Senzo, whose hometown - Shibayama, became the name for a technique invented by a Japanese artist.

/ A pair of bamboo and mixed media Shibayama sculptures, Japan, Meiji era /