Japanese Art France

Japanese Art France

On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations and friendship between France and Japan, home Camard & Associates organizes a sale of Japanese contemporary ceramics.

The avant-garde tradition today is tomorrow. The maxim seems sententious and yet it fits like a glove to contemporary Japanese ceramics. The country of the Rising […]

Gallery of Art Photos


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Kobori Enshū and Matsudaira Fumai:,The Aesthetics of Daimyō Tea Masters

Kobori Enshu et Matsudaira Fumai: The Aesthetics of Tea Masters Daimyo

December 2013

Kobori Enshū (1579–1647) and Matsudaira Fumai (1751–1818) were both Edo period daimyō tribe masters who were moreover eminent tea aces. Enshū served as tea counselor to the third Tokugawa shogun Iemitsu. He was mindful not just for the designation of […]

Le monde merveilleux de Rinpa

Le monde merveilleux de Rinpa

At this time, in New York City, there are two superb shows happening which keep tabs on the universe of Rinpa symbolization. Rinpa is something of a mysterious aesthetic development. Rinpa wasn’t a universal “school” of craft (with experts educating understudies) yet one in which there was a straight line […]

Japanese Traditionnal Art Craft


Urushi (lacquer) art is unique in Japan, China, Korea and the countries of South Asia, each country retaining to this day its own traditions. Japanese urushi art is particularly rich in terms of variety and sophistication of the technique.

In addition to the highly developed skills that Japanese craftsmen have used to elevate […]

Artisanat traditionnel japonais Céramique

Japanese traditional crafts

The history of Japanese ceramics can be traced back more than 10,000 years to the beginning of the Jomon period (10.500 to 300 BC) when unglazed earthenware known as Jomon Jomon goods (doki) were first produced. The introduction of agriculture in mainland Asia during the Yayoi period pass (300 BC-AD 300) was […]

Design Japonais

Some words on Japanese Design

Japanese Design/a>

After the war, the development of graphic design in packaging, posters and magazines, is clearly inspired by Japanese traditions. In the 19th century, thanks to the prints that Japanese culture had become known in Europe. This export continued after 1945, even if, as in architecture and industrial design, graphic […]

A Post on Japanese Ceramics History

History of Japanese Ceramics

first appearance in Japan is about 13 000 years. Pottery style Toryumon (applied with beans), which was updated in the cave Senpukuji (city of Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture), is the oldest existing pottery and is considered e as the starting point of Yakimonos Japanese culture, a culture […]

Beautiful Photos of Japanese Ceramics

Very beautiful picture of Japanese Ceramics, Yakimono

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