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by Rosemary Bandini

Author: Rosemary Bandini
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Rosemary Bandini (April 11, 2013)
Pages: 114 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.2
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In a Nutshell: Japanese Netsuke from European Collections. by Rosemary Bandini A fully illustrated catalogue to accompany the loan exhibition of netsuke at the Embassy of Japan in London (April 4-May 31 2013).

In a Nutshell: Japanese Netsuke from European Collections. Many of the netsuke have not previously been shown in public and show the rich diversity of netsuke gathered by European collectors. This exhibition is being held in conjunction with the INS Convention being held in London May 10-14 2013.

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Masanao of Ise Yamada. A snake and toad locked in mortal combat, this netsuke alludes to the deadly triangle of slug, toad and snake (sansukumi). The toad can eat the slug and the snake can eat the toad - but the slug, eaten by the toad, is poisonous to the snake. In Japan this forms the hand-game sansukumi-ken, which is like the Western rock-paper-scissors. Published in May 2013 Text and captions in English. Accompanying the exhibition at the Japanese Embassy in London, this catalog features many superb netsuke, previously unpublished, from some European collections. Includes the hare netsuke from the bestseller The Hare with Amber Eyes.

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In a Nutshell: Japanese Netsuke from European Collections. The Netsuke collection at the V&A is superb and they have a copy of this book on display behind glass but it has been out of print for a while. Some lovely images from different angles and sometimes much closer than you can see them in real life because of the display restrictions (distance behind the glass and you can't see it from all angles. Would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in Japanese culture, especially Netsuke.

For a similar example see Rosemary Bandini, In a Nutshell: Japanese netsuke from European collections, pg. 21, fig. 12, from the Frederick W. Mayor collection, National Museums Liverpool. Please note that the amount of cash notes and cash equivalents that can be accepted from a given purchaser may be limited.

Shishi and Other Netsuke book. The appendix contains pictures of the signatures found on the netsuke, Long-time collector Harriet Szechenyi concentrated on collecting netsuke of animals and celestial beings

Shishi and Other Netsuke book. Long-time collector Harriet Szechenyi concentrated on collecting. The appendix contains pictures of the signatures found on the netsuke, Long-time collector Harriet Szechenyi concentrated on collecting netsuke of animals and celestial beings. A considerable part of the collection consists of so-called shishi (lion dogs). These beautiful miniature art objects have been described at length by Rosemary Bandini. beautiful Japanese art form. The appendix contains pictures of the signatures found on the netsuke, a very useful guide to the collector.

Japanese netsuke were invented because kimonos do not have pockets; it was originally a carved toggle part of a box that helped a. .Metal is more likely to be used as an accent in a Japanese netsuke, though very fine netsuke is made of silver, gold and other precious metals.

Japanese netsuke were invented because kimonos do not have pockets; it was originally a carved toggle part of a box that helped a person wearing a kimono carry personal effects. It was found at the end of a cord, and when the cord was pulled through the netsuke, it kept the items from slipping through the sash.

Quinns Auction Galleries is proud to present a single owner auction of 1100 netsuke from the Collection of.Mr. and Mrs. Mang were life long collectors and founders of the Washington .

Quinns Auction Galleries is proud to present a single owner auction of 1100 netsuke from the Collection of John and Helen Mang. chapter of the International Netsuke Society.