Ando Jubei was one of the artists who helped define the Japanese cloisonné style in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was one of the most prolific creators of presentation pieces from the Meiji era, frequently commissioned by the Imperial Family for presentation to foreign dignitaries. Two of these presentation pieces are available in the Japanese & Korean Works of Art auction, on offer from Hindman. One vase depicts Nagoya Castle, and the other shows a soldier guarding the entrance of the Third Divisional Barracks in Nagoya.
Other lots in the sale include woven sculptural works of rattan and madake by Honda Syoru, pine needle basketry by Monden Kogyoku, madake and houbichiku pieces by Kawano Shoko, a madake and urushi vase by Fujinuma Noboru, and more. There are also two lots of books about Japanese art and artists in the sale, including titles such as Catalogue of a Special Exhibition of Japanese Screen Paintings: Landscapes and Figures from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Pictorial Arts of Japan by William Anderson, and The Painters of Japan by Arthur Morrison. View any of these lots and register to bid on Hindman.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art, Collectibles (111)
# of Lots:111
Price Range:$100 - $60,000
Interesting lots include:
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|A Pair of Large Japanese Presentation Cloisonné Vases|| Estimate: |
|A Pair of Japanese Silvered Bronze Articulated Models of Ebi, Spiny Lobsters|| Estimate: |
|Honda Syoru|| Estimate: |
|A Korean Eight-Panel Embroidered Silk Screen|| Estimate: |
|Group of Works about Japanese Paintings|| Estimate: |