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Maeda Chikubōsai I (1872-1950)

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Morigami Jin (b. 1955)

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Tanabe Chikuunsai III (1940-2014)

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Maeda Chikubōsai II (1917-2003)

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DESIGN MIAMI.BASEL 2024

Tanabe Chikuunsai II, Basket for Flowers in the Form of an Abacus Bead, with Lacquered Arrow Shafts, 1940's

Featured Designers

Ishikawa Shōun (1895-1973)

Karamono Artist

Kawano Shōkō (b. 1957)

Kobayashi Gokyō (1871–1928)

Kosuge Kōgetsu (1933-2016)

Maeda Chikubōsai I (1872-1950)

Maeda Chikubōsai II (1917-2003)

Morigami Jin (b. 1955)

Sōmi (ac Showa era)

Tanabe Chikuunsai II (1910-2000)

Tanabe Chikuunsai III (1940-2014)

Ueda Shōunsai (1897–1990)

Wada Waichisai III (1899 –1975)

Thomsen Gallery will showcase a selection of Japanese bamboo baskets from the early 20th century through to the present day. These works will be complemented by Japanese ceramics from the 15th-21st centuries, Japanese gold lacquer boxes from the 20th century, and an exceptional pair of Japanese folding screens.

About Thomsen Gallery

Expertise/ Japanese art

Erik Thomsen Gallery is one of America’s top leading dealers in Japanese art and design, with an impeccable professional record and an outstanding reputation for the quality of its exhibitions and the elegance and scholarly depth of its publications. Specializing in antique and modern folding screens, paintings, lacquer, bamboo, and ceramics, Erik Thomsen has been dealing since 1984 and has maintained a public gallery in New York since his move in 2006. A fluent speaker of Japanese, Erik serves as a cultural bridge between Japan and the West, placing important works into American and European museums and private collections.

Designers

Kobayashi Gokyō (1871–1928)

Maeda Chikubōsai I (1872-1950)

Tanabe Chikuunsai II (1910-2000)

Tanabe Chikuunsai III (1940-2014)

Maeda Chikubōsai II (1917-2003)

Ueda Shōunsai (1897–1990)

Kosuge Kōgetsu (1933-2016)

Wada Waichisai III (1899 –1975)

Sōmi (ac Showa era)

Kawano Shōkō (b. 1957)

Morigami Jin (b. 1955)

Karamono Artist

Ishikawa Shōun (1895-1973)

Erik and Cornelia Thomsen

Founders

New York

9 East 63rd Street New York NY, 10065 US