A komainu in front of a fan screen. Japan, Edo period
SOAS lecture in the gallery. July 2014. In the background: A pair of six-fold semmen nagashi-zu byōbu (screens with fans over flowing water). School of Tawaraya Sōtatsu (died ca.1640) Japan 17th century Edo period
All nice things from Japan gather together at Gregg Baker Asian Art stand D34 at Art Antiques London 2014. A silver Pekingese dog playing with a cloisonné ball, a bronze doe and a porcelain rabbit incense burner by Makuzu Kozan
Art Antiques London 2014 One of the pair of komainu (guardian dogs), Japan. In the background detail from a pair of six-fold screen with bamboo on gold, Japan, 18th c
Gregg Baker Asian Art in Asian Art in Brussels 2014
A wood figure of Kannon Bosatsu, 12th c. Heian period, Japan and in the background a six-fold screen with an old ume, signed: Tenryuu Doujin, 1802, Edo period, Japan
Flowers in a bronze usubata (thin rim) vessel. Meiji era. Japan
Gregg Baker Asian Art May 2014. fresh flower in a bamboo hanging flower vessel. Inscribed: Taka Sago (Lucky) Japan 20th century Taisho period.