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A wood netsuke of a toad By Shoto, late 19th century Resting on a large lotus leaf and holding the stalk with both forefeet, the leaf folded over its body to form a compact composition in pale boxwood, signed in an oval reserve Shoto.

A wood netsuke of a toad By Shoto, late century Resting on a large lotus leaf and holding the stalk with both forefeet, the leaf folded over its body to form a compact composition in pale boxwood, signed in an oval reserve Shoto.

Netsuke FISCHER MIT RIESIGEM KARPFEN. Japan. Edo-Zeit. Frühes 19. Jh. Elfenbein, sehr fein geschnitzt und

Netsuke FISCHER MIT RIESIGEM KARPFEN. Japan. Edo-Zeit. Frühes 19. Jh. Elfenbein, sehr fein geschnitzt und

WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century By Yamada Masanao. Depicting a frog with inlaid eyes crouched with its young resting on its back. Signed "Masanao". Length 1.7" (4.3 cm).

WOOD NETSUKE By Yamada Masanao. Depicting a frog with inlaid eyes crouched with its young resting on its back.

Heavenly Spirit: Karyōbinga  Kyokusen (Japan, active early 19th century)  Japan, early 19th century  Costumes; Accessories  Wood with inlays  1 x 2 7/16 x 1 1/2 in. (2.5 x 6.3 x 3.8 cm)  Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection (AC1998.249.15)  Japanese Art  Not currently on public view  Bibliography        Bushell, Raymond.  Netsuke Familiar and Unfamiliar:  New Principles for Collecting.  New York:  Weatherhill, 1975.   www.lacma.org

Accessories Wood with inlays 1 x 2 x 1 in. x x cm) Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection Japanese Art

Artist: Sukenaga School: Hida Date: Circa 1830 A frog crouches on a chestnut, its extended back leg and alert pose conveying a sense of watchful tension, the creature poised to leap forward at a moment’s notice. The pocked texture of the skin is intricately carved, as the is the rough scar of the chestnut where it once attached to its seed pod, which is rendered in ukibori. Signed: Sukenaga. Length: 4.0cm

Artist: Sukenaga School: Hida Date: Circa 1830 A frog crouches on a chestnut, its extended back leg and alert pose conveying a sense of watchful tension, the creature poised to leap forward at a moment’s notice. The pocked texture of the skin is intricately carved, as the is the rough scar of the chestnut where it once attached to its seed pod, which is rendered in ukibori. Signed: Sukenaga. Length: 4.0cm

Wood netsuke, by Gyokuso, depicting 'Rashomon oni' - Ibaraki-doji, after stealing back his arm from Watanabe no Tsuna??

Wood netsuke, by Gyokuso, depicting 'Rashomon oni' - Ibaraki-doji, after stealing back his arm from Watanabe no Tsuna?

Rana en seta | LACMA Colecciones

Frog on Mushroom netsuke. Matsuda Sukenaga (Japan, Japan, mid- Wood with inlays

Dragon and pearl Netsuke. Japanese Edo Period mid 19th C. Artist Tomokazu . MFA Boston

Dragon and pearl Netsuke. Japanese Edo Period mid C.

Shuten-doji's arm and crying oni

Shuten-doji's arm and crying oni

Bat on Roof Tile  Hōraku (Japan, active early to mid-19th century)  Japan, early 19th century  Costumes; Accessories  Wood with inlays  1 5/16 x 1 5/16 x 1 3/16 in. (3.4 x 3.4 x 3.0 cm)  Raymond and Frances Bushell LA Museum (AC1998.249.3)

Bat on Roof Tile, early century Netsuke, Wood with inlays, 1 x 1 x 1 in. x x cm) Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection Japanese Art Department.

Daoist Immortal with Crane, 19th century  Netsuke, Wood with staining, inlays

Japan Daoist Immortal with Crane, century Netsuke, Wood with staining, inlays.

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