Winter Antiques Show

Park Avenue Armory

January 20 – 29, 2012

KONDO YUTAKA (1932-1983)
Textured white & black glazed stoneware round plate w/ rouletted pattern & white slip inlay
Textured black glazed stoneware, white slip inlay impressed areas, ca. 1968
3 5/8 x 15 3/4 inches
Inv# 7012
SOLD

Suzuki Osamu (1926-2001)
Early black and white sculpture, 1965
Glazed stoneware
18 x 10 x 8 1/2 inches
SOLD

Mizoro-e Style Cups
A set of 5 stoneware cups with decoration of chrysanthemum and bamboo leaves, ca.1840 (the end of Edo period)
Stoneware with polychrome glazing
2 1/2 x 2 3/8 inches each
Inv# 6601

Matsui Kôsei (1927-2003)
Small early neriage vase, ca. 1965
marbelized stoneware
3 7/8 x 3 5/8 x 3 1/2 inches
Inv# 7369
SOLD

KUSUBE YAICHI (1897-1984)
Iron-glazed vase
Stoneware with iron glaze, ca. 1938
13 5/8 x 8 inches
7172
SOLD

KUSUBE YAICHI (1897-1984)
Iron-glazed vase
Stoneware with iron glaze, ca. 1938
13 5/8 x 8 inches
7172
SOLD

KUSUBE YAICHI (1897-1984)
Iron-glazed vase
Stoneware with iron glaze, ca. 1938
13 5/8 x 8 inches
7172
SOLD

KUSUBE YAICHI (1897-1984)
Iron-glazed vase
Stoneware with iron glaze, ca. 1938
13 5/8 x 8 inches
7172
SOLD

KAWABATA GYOKUSHÔ (1842-1913)
Pair of screens depicting snow on pine trees, ca. 1900
ink and gold on paper
72 x 147 1/2 inches each with mount ; 67 3/4x 140 1/2 inches paintings only
Inv# 7184
SOLD

KAWABATA GYOKUSHÔ (1842-1913)
Pair of screens depicting snow on pine trees, ca. 1900
ink and gold on paper
72 x 147 1/2 inches each with mount ; 67 3/4x 140 1/2 inches paintings only
Inv# 7184
SOLD

KAWABATA GYOKUSHÔ (1842-1913)
Pair of screens depicting snow on pine trees, ca. 1900
ink and gold on paper
72 x 147 1/2 inches each with mount ; 67 3/4x 140 1/2 inches paintings only
Inv# 7184
SOLD

KAWABATA GYOKUSHÔ (1842-1913)
Pair of screens depicting snow on pine trees, ca. 1900
ink and gold on paper
72 x 147 1/2 inches each with mount ; 67 3/4x 140 1/2 inches paintings only
Inv# 7184
SOLD

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-92)
Painting of Fujiwara no Yasumasa playing the flute by moonlight
February 12, 1883 (Meiji 16)
Oban tate-e, triptych, Inv# 7101
SOLD

Mihata Jôryû (act. ca. 1830-43)
Pair of Bijinga hanging scrolls, ca. 1830
ink and color on silk
49 7/8 x 22 1/2 (exclusive of mount)
Inv# 7177

Mihata Jôryû (act. ca. 1830-43)
Pair of Bijinga hanging scrolls, ca. 1830
ink and color on silk
49 7/8 x 22 1/2 (exclusive of mount)
Inv# 7177

Mihata Jôryû (act. ca. 1830-43)
Pair of Bijinga hanging scrolls, ca. 1830
ink and color on silk
49 7/8 x 22 1/2 (exclusive of mount)
Inv# 7177

Keisai Eisen (1790-1848)
Itahana from the series, 69 Stations of the Kisokaido, ca. 1834-5
Oban yoko-e
Inv# 7034
SOLD

Kawase Hasui (1883-1957)
Snow at Tsukushima; Tsukushima no yuki, 1930
Ôban tate-e
Inv# 6910
SOLD

Keisai Eisen (1790-1848)
Woman airing textiles, ca. 1835
Ôban tate
Inv# 6221

Press Release

As we prepare to celebrate a new year we are delighted to invite you to our exhibit for our thirty-second year as a participant in the annual Winter Antiques Show held at the Park Avenue Armory.

This year we are pleased to offer some extremely fine paintings and ukiyo-e prints focusing on several new acquisitions. Highlights will include hanging scrolls by TAKEUCHI SEIHÔ (1864–1942) and SOGA SHÔHAKU (1730–1781), an early 16th century fwo-fold tagasode still-life screen and a beautiful impression of YOSHITOSHI'S masterpiece, "Fujiwara Yasumasu Playing the Flute" of 1883. We hope you will take the opportunity to visit our booth installation, as it will be the inaugural viewing for many of these museum-quality treasures. In addition to the prints and paintings, we are displaying a selection of ceramics, including masterful work by OGATA KENZAN (1663–1743), HAMADA SHÔJI (1894–1978), KITAÔJI ROSANJIN (1883–1959), as well as a collection of vessels by KONDO YUTAKA (1932–1983) that comes directly from his family and are being offered for the first time.

The fair opens to the public on Friday, January 20th and runs through Sunday, January 29th. The hours are noted below for your convenience. We very much hope that you will be able to attend and look forward to welcoming you to our booth, #7.

For immediate information, please visit the Winter Antiques Show website at: http://www.winterantiquesshow.com/