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.
GBP 70.00
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.
Subjects: Ceramics
Available, as of: 13/03/2021
Was item 458 in printed List 200.
Record produced by Hanshan Tang Books,