Zentner Collection: Antique Japanese Tansu, Asian Works of Art
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Antique Japanese Half Section Mizuya
Long Japanese half section Mizuya or buffet cabinet, constructed with Hinoki and Sugi wood. The piece holds a large upper and lower storage compartment with four sliding door panels.

Meiji Period (1868-1912)

Dimensions: 57 1/2" x 16" x 29" H
item #1375332
$1,450.00
Hiroto Norikane Print of Puffer Fish Lanterns
Japanese print by Hiroto Norikane (b. 1949-), aquatint of puffer fish lanterns, stacked and strung together. Numbered 132/300, titled, signed in pencil.

Dated 1981.

Dimensions: 7 3/4" X 10 1/2" H (artwork 2 3/4" x 5 1/2" H)
item #1375316
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Hiroto Norikane Print of Puffer Fish Lanterns
Japanese print by Hiroto Norikane (b. 1949-), aquatint of puffer fish lanterns in a basket with one fish lantern hanging overhead by a string. Numbered 97/120, titled, signed in pencil. With red chop.

Dated 1980.

Dimensions: 10" x 13" H (artwork 5" x 6 1/4" H)
item #1375283
$350.00
Japanese Abstract Woodblock Print by Kurosaki Akira
Japanese abstract print, titled "Flame Tracer" # 42/90 in its series. Hand signed by the artist Kurosaki Akira (b. 1937). Embossed with print studio logo.

Akira Kurosaki began studying at the Kyoto Institute of Technology in 1956 and earned his BA degree in 1962. He worked part time as a teacher until 1968. Works by Kurosaki have been displayed in the Kyoto City Art Museum, National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, the Victoria and Albert Museum of London, Bibliotheque nationale in... Click for details
item #1375233
$750.00
Lithograph Print by Guy Diehl - Still Life with Italian Plums
American artist Guy Diehl, born in 1949 in Pennsylvania, is most famously known for his still life paintings and prints. Diehl's family moved to California in 1960, where he began taking courses in art at Diablo Valley College in 1968. He moved onto study under Mel Ramos, one of the originators of figurative pop art at Cal State University, Hayward. Diehl earned his master's degree from San Francisco State and graduated with honors in 1976. From there, he moved on to become an instructor back at... Click for details
item #1375162
$750.00
Lithograph Print by Guy Diehl - Still Life Magnolia
American artist Guy Diehl, born in 1949 in Pennsylvania, is most famously known for his still life paintings and prints. Diehl's family moved to California in 1960, where he began taking courses in art at Diablo Valley College in 1968. He moved onto study under Mel Ramos, one of the originators of figurative pop art at Cal State University, Hayward. Diehl earned his master's degree from San Francisco State and graduated with honors in 1976. From there, he moved on to become an instructor back at... Click for details
item #1375158
$750.00
Japanese Okiie Hashimoto Print - Quiet B (Nagasaki)
Japanese woodblock print by Okiie Hashimoto (1899-1993). # 2/60 in its series, titled "Quiet B (Nagasaki)", signed in pencil. Red cartouche in upper righthand corner.

Hashimoto was born off the coast of the Tottori Prefecture of Japan in 1899. He graduated from the College of Art in Tokyo in 1923 and continued his studies under Itaru Tanabe and Shod Hirata. Upon becoming good friends with Unichi Hiratsuka, he began to focus solely on colorful woodblock prints as his medium of... Click for details
item #1374927
$575.00
Japanese Nishida Tadashige Print - Black Cat
Japanese woodblock print of a black cat with piercing blue eyes. Titled "Black Cat", # 24/100 in its series, signed T. Nishida in pencil with red chop.

Tadashige Nishida was born in 1942 on Amami Oshima Island in Japan, where he studied art at Chiba University. He moved to Spain in the 1960s and later to the United States to study as a post-graduate. He is most well-known for his works depicting cats, though he has released works depicting nature scenes of trees and Mt. Fuji.... Click for details
item #1374879
$275.00
Japanese Okiie Hashimoto Print - Quiet A (Nagasaki)
Japanese woodblock print by Okiie Hashimoto (1899-1993). # 2/60 in its series, titled "Quiet A (Nagasaki)", signed in pencil. Red cartouche in upper righthand corner.

Hashimoto was born off the coast of the Tottori Prefecture of Japan in 1899. He graduated from the College of Art in Tokyo in 1923 and continued his studies under Itaru Tanabe and Shod Hirata. Upon becoming good friends with Unichi Hiratsuka, he began to focus solely on colorful woodblock prints as his medium of... Click for details
item #1374865
$775.00
Japanese Maruyama Hiroshi Print - Round About Midnight no. 5
Japanese abstract colored woodblock print - titled "Round About Midnight no. 5", 4/50 in its series, dated 1977, signed Maruyama Hiroshi (b. 1953-) in pencil.

Dated 1977

Dimensions: 21 1/2" x 31 1/4"
item #1374825
$350.00
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