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A basketmaker in rural Japan

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Published by Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution in association with Weatherhill, New York in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan,
  • Hinokage-chō,
  • Washington (D.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Hiroshima, Kazuo, 1915- -- Exhibitions,
    • National Museum of Natural History (U.S.). Dept. of Anthropology -- Exhibitions,
    • Basketwork -- Japan -- Hinokage-chō -- Exhibitions,
    • Basketwork -- Washington (D.C.) -- Exhibitions

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesBasket maker in rural Japan
      StatementLouise Allison Cort, Nakamura Kenji.
      ContributionsNakamura, Kenji, 1951-, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (Smithsonian Institution)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK3649.55.J34 H572 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination160 p. :
      Number of Pages160
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1108263M
      ISBN 100834803364
      LC Control Number94033582

      In spring and autumn, he visited villages in the Hinokage region - sometimes staying with people for a week at a time - making whatever new baskets were needed and repairing or replacing broken or worn-out ones. The many shapes of bamboo art. This kind of basketmaking in Japan has been replaced by mass-produced baskets and plastics, and need has diminished as farming has dwindled. It does date a treatise by Pliny on the harvesting of willow for basketry at 79 AD and talks briefly about age-old methods of basketry.

      The 75 examples include samplers, frakturs, family records, gravestones and trade signs. Sackler Gallery History The gallery opened in to house a gift of some 1, works of Asian art from Dr. The exhibition is the first in the United States to focus on Japanese baskets as objects of use. He was also one of the first bamboo craftsmen whose work was admitted to the Teiten exhibition of the Imperial Fine Arts Academy.

      Google Scholar Okada, K. The British Museum Press, London. The gallery was founded by Charles Lang Freera railroad-car manufacturer from Detroit who gave to the United States his collections and funds for a building to house them. They are all therefore associated in traditional Japanese poetry with this season. Edo period, c. In the postwar era, many of the leading bamboo artists were linked to established lineages.


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A basketmaker in rural Japan book

Edo period, — [] [] Autumn flowers in a bamboo basket. Japan Society, New York. Dawn Bennett. The British Museum Press, London. Bamboo, lacquerand gold hiramaki-e.

Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl. Jorunn Veiteberg. Yes the egg, fanny or melon basket is period - in fact, there is a color illumination of one included in the book Fabulous Feasts at least its good for something that uses flat reed probably ash wood, oak or hazel instead of the more commonly used willow.

He is an active exhibiting artist and curator. Subscribe to our mailing list! Which is the bevel side? March fallMetropolitan Museum. Documentation can be difficult because of the lack of period treatises, but not impossible.

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Living in the master's household and participating in household duties, apprentices carefully observed the master, senior students, and workshop before beginning any actual training. Google Scholar Butcher, M. His produces installation art in a highly individualistic style.

Related stories. April 6-Aug. Visitor favorites include Chinese paintings, Japanese folding screens, Korean ceramics, Indian and Persian manuscripts, and Buddhist sculpture. Timber bamboo, rattan, and lacquer.

Profiles of invited basket artists are included. Timber bamboo, rattan, and brocaded silk. Marek Cecula. Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl. Subscribers receive a FREE brief bi-weekly newsletter that informs readers of new content as it is published on CFile.

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