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Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art Presents Selection of Japanese and Korean Art


A Pair of Six-Panel Folding Screens with Painting of Entertainment at Children’s Seasonal Festival (left side), Edo period, 17th c., color on gold-leafed paper, 370 x 102.5 (height) cm

Selection of Japanese and Korean Art
March 14 – 19, 2024
Asia Week Hours: Mar 14-19, 10am-6pm
Nicholas Hall 17 East 76th Street, 4th Floor

Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art returns to New York from Kyoto with Selection of Japanese and Korean Art, an exhibition of masterpieces of paintings sculptures, ceramics, & other artworks, ranging from 12th-20th centuries. Highlights include a statue of Jizo, a scroll painting by Ito Jakuchu and folding screens depicting a children’s seasonal festival. Other important works comprise of a blue and white Korean celadon vase with birds design and a Noh mask (Kurohige).

⁠Blue and white Storage Jar with Flower and Bird Design, 18th c., 29(d) x 37 (height) cm; Courtesy Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art

They look forward to welcoming you to their exhibition at Nicholas Hall this week.

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