China's Qing Dynasty
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Ceramic Painted Art Bowl | AntiqueLifeXplore
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) ceramic painted art bowl is a remarkable testament to the artistic craftsmanship of the era.
The bowl features a beautiful landscape painting that transports you to a serene natural setting. The delicate brushstrokes and vibrant colors used in the painting capture the essence of the Meiji Period's artistic style, known for its attention to detail and meticulous technique.
The landscape scene invites you to immerse yourself in its beauty, showcasing elements such as rolling hills, lush trees, and perhaps even a serene body of water. This art bowl not only serves as a decorative piece but also offers a glimpse into the cultural and artistic traditions of Japan during the Meiji Period. It is a remarkable work of art that embodies the aesthetics and artistic excellence of the time.
This bowl can be displayed in a Midcentury Modern décor, transitional or traditional styles. The rich brown or greens are very deep and vibrant on this ceramic piece. Display on a stand (as pictured, stand not included) or hang on a wall with a plate bracket.
8L x 8W x 1.5H
In good condition with wear commensurate with age. There are 2 very small lines on the bottom (see last, close up photo). Stand not included. Valued at Auction for 300-500.
*This antique was acquired through auction from an elderly couple that collected most of their pieces during the 1970's. Their collection was from their travels and from auctions in New York. The descriptions and pricing is a reflection of their ownership.*