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By Maureen Johnson, Douglas Johnson

No matter if for paintings on a entire piece, attempting a brand new approach, or getting into a few perform time, artists can paintings whilst and the place they need utilizing the artwork versions sequence. selected in particular for artists who promote their paintings, paintings versions eight positive factors 174 all-new determine experiences via fifty five assorted types, either female and male, that signify a variety of physiques and variety. The poses contain participants and in ordinary, comfy postures—from status and sitting to mendacity down. A really appropriate volume of photograph retouching has been performed, to not make the types extra glamorous, yet to take away distractions.

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Figure 1 9. A dragon-shaped ink-box with silver heidatsu (51 74-3): A I f. 40 Kimura Chinese-style swords mounted with silver gilt were reported in the special survey of swords (made between 1 963 and 1 966) to be heidatsu. The mother-of-pearl inlaid box and the phoenix head (originally called turtle head) decorated with heidatsu were also reported in a special survey of urushi art (made between 1968 and 1 97 3) to be heidatsu or a combination of heidatsu and raden. However, neither survey was a study of heidatsu and hyomon alone.

After Tanyu, " without mentioning the hagen or hoin title. It would be worth investigating whether eight­ eenth and nineteenth century lacquer masters ever mentioned Tanyu's titles on their inro. Could it be that titles were used only during the painter's lifetime? To know that would be a great help in other cases, too. Sometimes not the painter's title, but his go, or pseudonym, can be a help in dating. The Greenfield Collection now in the Metropolitan Museum, New York, includes an inro made and signed by ]okasai; at the side of the decoration the name of the painter Hanabusa Itcho is added (Pekarik 1980:No.

Hyomon uses a thick kanagai (gold or silver leaf) and urushi is applied several times until it becomes a beautiful piece of art when burnished. The separate categorization of heidatsu and hyomon is a more detailed observation than before. However, I feel that there is still room for more research. In Tosen Hirose's Studies of the Shosoin ( 1929) heidatsu and hyomon are thought to be completely different techniques. Heidatsu uses the burnishing tech­ nique that created exquisite, elaborate items in the Tang (Nara) period.

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