5 edition of Contemporary netsuke found in the catalog.
|Statement||Miriam Kinsey ; with a foreword by Hans Conried ; photographs by Tomo-o Ogita and Tsune Sugimura ; sketches by Adelheid Roth Roscher.|
|Contributions||Ogita, Tomoo., Sugimura, Tsune, 1926-|
|LC Classifications||NK6050 .K56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||261 p. :|
|Number of Pages||261|
|LC Control Number||77072596|
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Robert O. Kinsey is the author of Contemporary Netsuke ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Kiho Takagi ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 5/5(1). Contemporary Netsuke is an in-depth study of Japanese netsuke—miniature sculptures that are favorites of collectors and artists. In this unusual and engaging Japanese art book the author traces the historical background of netsuke and goes on to examine its current state, at the same time providing the background knowledge that every collector needs concerning authenticity, workmanship, and Author: Miriam Kinsey.
CONTEMPORARY NETSUKE. Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle, 1st Edition. Hardcover. First Edition. An authoritative monogram on the history of Japanese Netsuke adding the narrative of contemporary netsuke, new artists and carvers, signatures, diverse schools and subjects, with a fascinating chapter on the making of netsuke, from the noted Krouners' Oriental Edition: 1st Edition. katabori-netsuke (形彫根付) or "sculpture netsuke" - This is the most common type of are compact three-dimensional figures carved in a round shape and are usually around one to three inches high. anabori-netsuke (穴彫根付) or "hollowed netsuke" - subset of katabori which are carved out for a hollow center. Clams are most commonly the motifs for this type of netsuke.
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In this page book, Miriam Kinsey takes a detailed look at the contemporary art of Japanese netsuke. Contemporary netsuke has the integrity of the Japanese tradition in workmanship, beauty, and feeling, but is new in concept and its freedom of form and : Miriam Kinsey.
Contemporary Netsuke Hardcover – January 1, by Miriam Kinsey (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Miriam Kinsey.
Contemporary Netsuke also includes nearly illustrations, a photo essay showing the creation of a netsuke, and numerous sketches picturing legendary themes. A comprehensive list of dealers, a bibliography, and a glossary-index complete this authoritative, thorough and lively introduction to one of the oldest Contemporary netsuke book newest of Japan's living : Miriam Kinsey.
Contemporary Netsuke: Miniature Sculpture From Japan and Beyond [Robert O. Kinsey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Beautifully illustrated exhibition catalog. Work of one hundred Contemporary netsuke book artists, with more than five hundred netsuke5/5(4).
Contempory Netsuke - Kindle edition by Miriam Kinsey. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Contempory Netsuke. Contemporary Netsuke are modern Netsuke created in traditional Japanese carving style by Netsuke-shi, or Netsuke carvers.
Ryushi, Bishu or Shoji to name a few. Poor Man, Beggar Man, Rich Man, Thief. by Chris Beamer - Summer Ichiro: Master Netsuke Carver features more than netsuke by a single artist, one of the largest single-artist netsuke collections in the world.
In addition to the Shelton Collection, the book features netsuke from the collections of Robert O. and Miriam Kinsey and Richard R.
Silverman. Contemporary Wood-Carved Netsuke. As kimono culture flourished during the Edo period (), netsuke, small carvings, were created as toggles to hold pouches and cases containing tobacco and medicine in place on the obi sash worn with the kimono.
What began as functional pieces to prevent those little suspended containers from falling to the ground evolved into small but highly creative.
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Ichiro: Master Netsuke Carver by Norman L. Sandfield and Huey G. Shelton. pages, color illustrations of more than netsuke, okimono, and ojime by the popular 20th century netsuke artist Ichiro Inada. Ichiro: Master Netsuke Carver is one of the very few books dedicated to the work of a single netsuke artist.
Crude modern copies, frequently referred to as "Hong Kong" netsuke, either in ivory or plastic, can be sold for as much as a few hundred dollars in souvenir shops and antique malls. There are also good modern copies of 18th and 19th century works, meant to defraud and sold for thousands of dollars.
For those who cannot visit our gallery, Sagemonoya offers original catalogues and books on antique Netsuke, Inro, Ojime, Yatate and other related items. From the novel, The Hare with Amber Eyes, to the long-anticipated Kokusai The Genius and Stag-antler Carving in Japan, our broad selection offers a further insight to Nétsuke collectors and aficionados worldwide.
Japanese Art - Netsuke, Inro, Ojime, Lacquer, Pipecases, and Tsuba. Michael R. Bernstein. Tel: Fax: New York, N.Y. USA. Contemporary Netsuke are modern Netsuke created in traditional Japanese carving style by Netsuke-shi, or Netsuke carvers.
Ryushi, Bishu or Shoji to name a few.（page2）. Netsuke collectors aim to acquire pieces with an artist’s signature. Well-known carvers were Kiagyokusai Masatsugu, Rio Kawara, to name a few. Rare netsuke dates back from the Edo period or the 17th century.
Value of netsuke figurines. Today, there is still a high demand of these mini Japanese figurines as souvenir items. Contemporary netsuke. Contemporary netsuke incorporating new subject matter and approaches have also been attracting attention. This traveling exhibition showcases contemporary netsuke carved of wood by living netsuke carvers in Japan, plus netsuke created by contemporary artists such as Izumi Kato.
Contemporary Netsuke Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 Contemporary Japanese carved Netsuke This is a selection of very high class Japanese carved netsuke we have purchased for clients. for more info on future works please get in touch. Contemporary Netsuke is an in-depth study of Japanese netsuke—miniature sculptures that are favorites of collectors and artists.
In this unusual and engaging Japanese art book the author traces the historical background of netsuke and goes on to examine its current state, at the same time providing the background knowledge that every collector needs concerning authenticity, workmanship, and.
Contemporary netsuke created by internationally known sculptor Tom Sterling from semi-precious hardwoods, horn, amber and fossil ivories. Please note: We are no longer carving netsuke. These are no longer available for purchase and are presented solely for your viewing pleasure.
Contemporary Netsuke is packed with very good photographs and description for each. This book is a great read for lovers of Contemporary Netsuke with artist directory and object and symbol listings.
We use this reference book for reference in our store and out web site.5/5.Contemporary Netsuke are modern Netsuke created in traditional Japanese carving style by Netsuke-shi, or Netsuke carvers.
Ryushi, Bishu or Shoji to name a few.（page3）.Contemporary Netsuke I have aquired a large batch of rare books on Netsuke, Inro, Lacquer. Also included are two brochures from the original exhibition.
Carvings and other Japanese arts and Rating: % positive.