Nezu Institute of Fine Arts & Tokugawa Art Museum: HANAIKE. Flower Vases in the Vogue of Zashiki-Display. Tokyo, 1982. 220 pp. including 5 pp. English. 48 colour plates, 140 illustrations, drawings. 21x21 cm. Cloth.
Exhibition at the Nezu Institute and Tokugawa Art Museum of Chinese flower vases in celadon and bronze, used in the Zashiki-display (room display) during the Muromachi period. The celadons are truly beautiful and the bronzes very fine. A total of 104 exhibits. It seems that the vessels date from the Tang and Song dynasty onwards. English captions. Main text in Japanese. A scarce catalogue.
Available, as of: 13/03/2021
Was item 458 in printed List 200.
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