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Lacquer document box From Japan Edo period, 19th century AD The interlocking design of black crows and white egrets is very unusual, and has no real precedent in Japanese art. However, it does have something in common with the painting of the Rimpa school, and can be placed in the tradition of depicting flocks of birds on Japanese screens, common from the seventeenth century onwards. The crows' eyes, inlaid with gold lacquer and mother-of pearl, and the conspicuous pinkish bills of the…

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Crows, 1766, Japan, Edo period, Pair of six-fold screens; ink and gold on paper by Maruyama Okyo.

Crows, Japan, Edo period, Pair of six-fold screens; ink and gold on paper by Maruyama Okyo.

Three Crows in Flight; Two Egrets at Rest Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, 1807–1891) Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Date: late 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Free-standing screen (tsuitate) remounted as a two-panel folding screen; colored lacquer and white pigment on gold leaf

Three Crows in Flight and Two Egrets at Rest, by Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, Meiji period Japan; Two-panel folding screen; colored lacquer and white pigment on gilt paper (Fishbein-Bender Collection, Gift of T. Richard Fishbein and Estelle P.

“Black Crow in Rain” Kawanabe Kyōsai (Japanese, 1831-1889) Medium: Ink on paperLocation: Harvard Art Museums

arsvitaest: “Black Crow in Rain” Author: Kawanabe Kyōsai (Japanese, Ink on paperLocation: Harvard Art Museums

Takahashi Shotei (1871-1945) | "Pagoda and Crows at Sunset"

"Pagoda and Crows at Sunset" by Takahashi Shotei Original Japanese Woodblock Print Date c. 1930 Size 15 x 6 inches

Inro Japan ca. 1750-1850 (made) http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O76444/inro/

Inro Place of origin:Japan (made)Date:ca. (made)Artist/Maker:Unknown (maker)Materials and Techniques:Silver, black and gold lacquer

Case (Inrô) with Design of Trees, Crow, and Moon Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Takamaki-e with nashiji, gold and silver foil, and silver inlay on black lacquer; Interior: nashiji and fundame; Ojime: bead of inlaid metals and alloys; Netsuke: flowers, moon, and poem in gold lacquer on dark wood (signed: Designed by Hoitsu)

While the front of this inrō shows a solitary crow perched in a tree under a moonlit sky, the back shows a single bird at the foot of the same tree under a bright sun.

Netsuke - Netsuke Inro - Picasa Web Albums

Crow/raven on skull: ebony and ivory, Meigyokusai (International Netsuke Society)

Inrō with Crows on Cherry Tree in Moonlight. Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 18th–19th century

Inrō with Crows on Cherry Tree in Moonlight Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Gold and silver lacquer ground with black and red togidashi maki-e Netsuke: fox-dancer; carved and lacquered wood, ivory Ojime: butterflies;

Okimono in the form of a raven Date: 17th century Culture: Japanese Medium: Steel Dimensions: L. (beak to tip of tail) 18 in. (27.9 cm)

Okimono in the form of a raven Date: century Culture: Japanese Medium: Steel Dimensions: L. (beak to tip of tail) 18 in.

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