Vase - Bronze - Hasegawa Yoashihisa - Japan - Late 20th century

Description
Vase - Bronze - Hasegawa Yoashihisa - Japan - Late 20th century
Good condition, see description - 14.5×11.5×11.5 cm

Japanese Signed Bronze Vase by renown Hasegawa Yoshihisa (1928-2002) , who was a son of famous Hasegawa Gassen . Yoshihisa exhibited in most prestigious shows , including Nitten exhibition and received numerous prizes for his unique works.

About Nitten Exhibition : The Nitten is the most popular and prestigious art organization in Japan, with only best artists from all over Japan participating in its annual exhibitions. It started and 1907 by Japanese Imperial Ministry of Education and was known then as Bunten show , later on it was renamed again in to Teiten and after reorganization of Imperial Art Academy n 1937, became known is Nitten show.Till this day it remains as the most recognized and prestigious Art promoting exhibition.

Size : H 14.5cm D 11.5cm

Weight : 650 g with original signed wooden box 870g

Good condition .

Lacquer stand is not included .

Lot details
Object
Vase
Material
Bronze
Period
Late 20th century
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Artist/ Maker
Hasegawa Yoashihisa
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
14.5×11.5×11.5 cm
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