Browse by Classification: Decorative Arts: Lacquer: lacquerware


Four-case inro with peacock design
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with peony and butterfly design
Artist: Shoei ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with peony design on a geometric background
Artist: Yamada School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with performing monkey and horse design
Artist: Shiomi School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with plum- and cherry-blossom design
Artist: Iizuka School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with sleeping Hotei design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with sparrow and bamboo design
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with the story of Kanshin's humiliation
Artist: Bairin ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case sheath inro with design of boating courtiers; inner with yabure-hanabishi-shippou designs
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case sheath inro with design of temple attendant and lantern
Artist: Shirai Shozan ()
Fugawa Kazunori ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-part Inro: black cranes in tall grass
Artist: Ogata Korin (1658-1716) (attribution: attributed)
Musem: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Vendor: Davis Art Images
# of Views: 1
Four-part Inro: raised hollyhock design in silver with elephant 'ojime
Artist: Ogata Korin (1658-1716) (attribution: attributed)
Musem: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Vendor: Davis Art Images
# of Views: 1
Fuchi-kashira and kojiri with geometric and floral designs
Artist: Somada School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Fuchi-kashira and kojiri with geometric and floral designs
Artist: Somada School ()
Somada School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Hako netsuke in two parts in the form of a pile of books; Five-case inro with design of pine branches on a kirkikane mosaic ground
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Hako netsuke with design of two crows on a branch; Four-case inro with design of Kiyohime and bell
Artist: Shibata Zeshin (1807-1891)
Koma Kansai II (1767-1835)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Hako netsuke with floral designs; Seven-case inro with design of incense-table and irises
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Hako netsuke with katawaguruma design; Four-case inro with katawaguruma design
Artist: Nakayama Komin (1808-1870)
Nakayama Komin (1808-1870)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Inro Cases
Musem: Victoria and Albert Museum [houses National Art Library]
Vendor: Bridgeman Education
# of Views: 2
Inro in eggplant form with ojime and netsuke
Musem: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Vendor: Davis Art Images
# of Views: 1
Inro showing a servant kneeling before a Samurai
Musem: Ashmolean Museum
Vendor: Bridgeman Education
# of Views: 1
Inro: Raiden, the Thunder God, with Drums in Clouds and Lightning, Nipped by Dogs
Artist: Koma Kansai III ()
Musem: Toledo Museum of Art
Vendor: Toledo Museum of Art
# of Views: 1
Kagami netsuke with goose and lily design; Ojime; Three-case inro with design of scene from the kyogen play Utsubozaru
Artist: Tatsuke Takamitsu ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Kozuka blade with design of the Six Immortals of Poetry (Rokkasen) and their poems; Kozuka with design of crows and moon
Artist: Yasuhara Yoshinori ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Kozuka with design of Go board and stone containers
Artist: Goto Tsujo ()
Yamada School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Manju netsuke with floral designs; Four-case inro with design of Ariwara no Narihira passing Mount Fuji
Artist: Hara Yoyusai (1769-1845)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Mirror case
Artist: Fathollah Shirazi (active mid-1850's - late 1880's)
Musem: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Vendor: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
# of Views: 1
Noh theatre mask
Musem: Musée Guimet
Vendor: Bridgeman Education
# of Views: 1
Noh theatre mask of a young boy called Kasshiki
Musem: Musée Guimet
Vendor: Bridgeman Education
# of Views: 1
Ojime with dragon design; Manju netsuke with design of the character kotobuki; Four-case inro with chrysanthemum design
Artist: Kozan ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime with geometric and floral designs; Manju netsuke (part) with design of cranes and reeds; Four-case inro with design of cranes and pines
Artist: Somada School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime with guri carving; Netsuke in the form of a shojo; Four-case inro with design of the Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime with openwork and floral designs; Netsuke in the form of Futen with his sack; Four-case inro with design of drying persimmons
Artist: Risen ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime; Manju netsuke with floral design; Four-case inro with design of Chinese scholars and attendants
Artist: Tsuishu School ()
Tsuishu School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime; Netsuke in the form of a lion dancer; Two-case inro in the form of a Chinese ink-cake
Artist: Kimura Jukkyoku ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime; Three-case inro with deer and ajisai design
Artist: Igarashi School ()
Igarashi School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime; Three-case inro with monkey design
Artist: Ueda Chikanao ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Pair of menuki in the form of boatmen with boats laden with rice-bales
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Panel
Artist: Ritsuô (1663-1747) (attribution: Attributed to)
Musem: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Vendor: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
# of Views: 1
Pastoral scene
Musem: Mallett & Son Antiques Ltd.
Vendor: Bridgeman Education
# of Views: 1