Inrō in the Shape of Mount Fuji with a Crossing Ferry and Procession
Maki-e by Kajikawa (Japanese, 1652–1724)
After Hanabusa Itchō (Japanese, 1652–1724)
Edo period (1615–1868)
late 18th–early 19th century
Two cases; lacquered wood with gold and silver takamaki-e, hiramaki-e, togidashimaki-e, cut-out gold foil on nashiji lacquer ground
Netsuke: ivory; Ryūgūjō (The Dragon King's undersea palace) in a clam
Ojime: agate bead
4 1/8 x 4 11/16 x 1 1/4 in. (10.5 x 11.9 x 3.2 cm)
Rogers Fund, 1913
Not on view
Signature: Signed: Kajikawa; based on a design by Hanabusa Itchō (1652–1724)
Marking: Seal: red Tsubo
Paris. Centre Culturel du Marais. "Hokusai et son Temps," October 3, 1980–January 3, 1981.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Seasonal Pleasures in Japanese Art, Part II," May 1, 1996–September 8, 1996.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Arts of Japan," 1999.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "A Sense of Place: Landscape in Japanese Art," May 8, 2002–September 8, 2002.
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Artist: Ganbun (Japanese, active until 1870s)Date: mid-19th centuryMedium: Single case; lacquered wood imitating bamboo with pewter and silver inlay and gold hiramaki-e Netsuke: bamboo; lacquered wood with gold hiramaki-e and stained ivory inlay Ojime: snail; copperAccession: 13.67.10On view in:Gallery 223
Artist: Maki-e by Yūtokusai Gyokkei (Japanese, (active early–mid-19th century))Date: mid-19th centuryMedium: Four cases; lacquered wood with gold and silver hiramaki-e on gold lacquer ground Netsuke: lacquered wood with inlay of a snail on bamboo Ojime: metal bead with birdsAccession: 36.100.246On view in:Gallery 223
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