The Art of Japan in the Meiji Period
The exhibition features some 700 objects produced by renowned masters of the late 19th – early 20th century, showcasing the most popular techniques of those times: vases and incense burners with cloisonné and wireless enamels; inlaid, engraved and damascened sculptures and vessels from non-ferrous alloys; brightly painted ceramic ware from Satsuma Province; caskets and cabinets decorated with gold lacquers, tortoiseshell and ivory inlays. Exhibits include works by ‘Imperial’ masters, suppliers to the court and prize winners of national and international exhibitions. Read More.
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