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Hiroshi Yanagi Presents Selection of Japanese Art

March 13, 2022

A Pair of Lion and Guardian Dogs, Kamakura period, 13th century, pair of wooden statues
Shishi: H. 43 cm., Komainu: H. 48 cm.

Selection of Japanese Art, Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art
March 16-23, 2022

Exhibiting at:
Nicholas Hall
4F, 17 E. 76th Street
New York, NY

As part of Asia Week New York 2022, Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art returns to New York from Kyoto and presents Selection of Japanese Art, an exhibition of masterpieces of painting, sculpture, ceramics, and other artworks, ranging from 300 BCE to the 20th century. Highlights include a statue of the Buddha of Wisdom, a scroll painting of Jurojin (the god of longevity) by Kamisaka Sekka and a pair of screens, six panels each, depicting Noh dramas. Other important works comprise an Imari-yaki big bottle and a pair of Hokkai containers with crests of the Tokugawa family.

Anonymous, Young Men Enjoying Pastimes (detail), Edo period, Kanbun era (1661-1673), eight-panel folding screen, ink and mineral pigments on paper

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