The Virginia Atchley collection of Japanese miniature arts
Art Media Resources, Jan 1, 2006 - Art - 360 pages
For over forty years, the name Virginia Atchley has been synonymous with the collecting fo miniature Japanese arts in America. Virginia Atchley has now decided to share her collection with other aficionados in this book. Detailed here are over 400 pieces, with signatures.
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18th century Published 18th/early 19th century 19th century Provenance aogai April-July Art of Miniature bamboo black lacquer bowl Boxwood Chappell and Welch Chinese collection Published coloured coral bead Netsuke cord attachment decorated depicted dragon Edo period engraved Exhibited eyes inlaid flowering Four-case Lacquer Inro Fukurokuju gold hiramakie gold lacquer gold nashiji gold takamakie ho-o horn interior Ivory Signed Japanese Art Kabuki kagamibuta Kan'u kanagu Kano school kebori kirigane Kiseruzutsu Kurstin and Ortega Kyoto lacquer ground Lacquer Inro Signed lacquered wood Late 18th/early 19th Late 19th century Lazarnick manju mask Masterpieces Masterworks of Netsuke metal Miniature Carving Minko Minneapolis mother-of-pearl nashiji Ogata Korin Ojime Osaka raden red lacquer reverse Rimpa rims of fundame roiro ground Sagemono samurai seal shakudo Shibata Zeshin shibuichi shoulders and rims Signed Mitsuhiro silver stag antler Stag-antler style tabako-ire technique tengu Three-case Lacquer Inro togidashi-e Tonkotsu ukiyo-e Unsigned 19th century Unsigned Late 19th