Jump to content

Traditional Motifs in Japanese Art: Autumn Grasses

Back to details
Major Work(s) on Exhibit 9 results
Designation Name Creation/
Period Acquisition/
Accession Number
Highlight Tea Kettle ("Shinnari Gama") with a Plum Tree and Autumn Grasses Ashiya ware Muromachi period, 15th–16th century Private collection
Highlight Mirror with Autumn Grasses, Butterflies, and Birds Found at the Hakusan Shrine Sutra Mound, Tokyo Heian period, 12th century E-15141
Highlight Teapot-Shaped Water Dropper with Autumn Grasses Muromachi period, 15th century Gift of Mr. Watanabe Toyotarō and Mr. Watanabe Masayuki, E-20293
Highlight Book Stand with Autumn Grasses Azuchi-Momoyama–Edo period, 16th–17th century H-4279
Highlight Rectangular Dish with Autumn Grasses Mino ware, gray-Shino type Azuchi-Momoyama–Edo period, 16th–17th century G-895
Highlight Dish with Fragrant Eupatorium Nabeshima ware Edo period, 18th century G-4762
Highlight Noh Costume ("Chōken") with Autumn Grasses and Long-Tailed Birds Previously owned by the Konparu troupe Edo period, 18th century I-3271
Highlight Noh Costume ("Karaori") with Chrysanthemums, Eulalia Grass, and Butterflies Passed down by the Konparu troupe Edo period, 18th century I-3204
Highlight Sash ("Obi") with Autumn Grasses Edo period, 19th century I-4279