Browse by Classification: Decorative Arts: Lacquer: lacquerware


Three-case inro with flying crow design
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Three-case inro with gourd-vine design
Artist: Ogata Korin (1658-1716)
Koma Kansai III ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Three-case inro with Idaten and demons
Artist: Shigetsugu ()
Hamano School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Three-case inro with katawaguruma design
Artist: Hara Yoyusai (1769-1845)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Three-case inro with peacock design
Artist: Kiyokawa Morimitsu ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Three-case inro with roundel design of a Chinese scholar asleep while writing a scroll
Artist: Koma Yasutomi ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Three-case inro with taro plant design
Artist: Yamada School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Three-case inro with tiger and dragon design
Artist: Ueda Chikanao ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Three-case miniature inro with hare and moon design
Artist: Shibata Zeshin (1807-1891)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Tobacco Pouch, and Inros
Musem: Ashmolean Museum
Vendor: Bridgeman Education
# of Views: 1
Tray with marine scene taken from a contemporary print
Musem: Private Collection
Vendor: Bridgeman Education
# of Views: 1
Tsuba with design of pines and kiri-mon
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Two-case inro in the form of folded poem-papers, with peony, paulownia and ho-o design
Artist: Jitokusai Gyokuzan ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Two-case inro with design of coins and tokens
Artist: Tatsuke Toshihide ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Two-case inro with design of toys
Artist: Ogawa Haritsu (1663-1747)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Two-case inro with gourd-vine design
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Two-case inro with pine-tree design and roundel depicting Jurojin
Artist: Ishii Gyokkei (1835-?)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Two-part Inro: Five bulls in gold agate ojimi and box netsuke
Artist: Shiomi Masazane (ca. 18-19th centuries)
Musem: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Vendor: Davis Art Images
# of Views: 1