絵馬蒔絵印籠 Inrō with Ema (Shinto Shrine Votive Plaque) of Eight Fan Shapes and Framed Pictures
Edo period (1615–1868)
second half of the 18th century
Four cases; lacquered wood with gold and silver togidashimaki-e, hiramaki-e, black lacquer, cut-out gold foil application on black ground
Netsuke: puppy; ivory
Ojime: metal with plum blossoms in gold inlay
2 5/8 x 2 3/8 x 13/16 in. (6.6 x 6 x 2 cm)
H. O. Havemeyer Collection, Bequest of Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer, 1929
Not on view
Mrs. H. O. (Louisine W.) Havemeyer , New York (until d. 1929; bequeathed to MMA).
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "The Flowering of Edo Period Painting: Japanese Masterworks from the Feinberg Collection," February 1, 2014–September 7, 2014.
Artist: Tōyō (Japanese, active second half of the 18th century)Date: second half of the 18th centuryMedium: Three cases; lacquered wood with gold and silver hiramaki-e, togidashimaki-e, and gold foil cutouts on black lacquer ground Netsuke: box with flowers; lacquered wood with hiramaki-e Ojime: coral beadAccession: 13.67.64On 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
Artist: Somada School Artist (Japanese)Date: late 18th–early 19th centuryMedium: Four cases; lacquered wood with gold hiramaki-e, togidashimaki-e, nashiji (“pear-skin ground”), gold foil cutouts, and mother-of-pearl inlay on black lacquer ground Netsuke: manju type, basket with chrysanthemums; lacquered wood with mother-of-pearl inlay Ojime: carved red lacquer beadAccession: 29.100.729On view in:Gallery 223