Fuji: Kashima Arts presents MEGURU Vol. 8 Japanese art auction – the Japanese art market
This MEGURU offers works of approx. 570 lots like Ito Jakuchu, Kawai Gyokudo, Hakuin Ekaku, Foujita Tsuguharu,
About Kashima Arts:
Established antique dealer with 30 years of experience, Kashima Arts has acquired an in-depth knowledge of the Japanese art market. With the aim of serving both parties, Kashima Arts is the ultimate medium serving both seller and buyer.
MEGURU first launches on the MEGURU website. (https://www.meguru-auction.jp/en/) After launch, attendees can start browsing, viewing and bidding for lots through any device accessible on the internet.
Why choose MEGURU?
1. Each lot is reviewed and selected by Kashima Arts, a reputable gallery with over 30 years of antiques experience.
2. A chance to buy art at a surprisingly affordable price.
3. A wide range of jobs and the lowest starting offer of
4. Participate anytime, anywhere through the MEGURU site.
1. Price transparency and the ability to sell at a surprisingly high price
Since there are no other mediators, all works are sold directly to the buyer, and since the highest bid determines the sale price, all sales are transparent.
2. Free expertise and estimate.
3. A platform of more than 20,000 art lovers.
4. No more tedious sales procedures and formalities. From the publication of the catalogs, to the shipment of the lots, MEGURU does all the work.
MEGURU vol.8 Highlights
● Zen Buddhist Art
Zen art has remained popular, both in and out of
The genre of Japanese painting, Bijin-ga, emerged during the Edo period with the popularization of ukiyo-e paintings. Initially these were paintings of courtesans, but in modern times they have come to represent the beauty of women in ordinary life. Based on the works of women painters, such as
● Otomaru Kodo
Living National Treasure and lacquer artist, Otomaru Kodo was born in 1898 in
● Hayashi Kiichiro
Hayashi Kiichiro is a Western-style painter who continued to paint old private houses with thatched roofs throughout his life. “One Hundred Views of Lost Private Houses” covers 30 years of his travels across the country. Expressed in a unique technique rich in elegance and realism, his style rediscovers the disappearing Japanese landscapes.
1. Maruyama Okyo, Begonia and Sparrow
2. Ito Jakuchu, rooster
4. Munakata Shiko, Bodhisattva
5. Foujita Tsuguharu, early spring
6. Natsume Soseki, poem
7. Fujita Kyohei, glass box
8. Yokoyama Taikan, the return
9. Kobayakawa Shusei, Japanese sword
MEGURU Japanese Art Auction Vol. 8
Offer: approx. 570 lots
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