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Старинные японские кимоно XVIII века из собрания музея изящных искусств в Бостоне (25 фото)

Часть музейной коллекции японского искусства, собранной американским доктором и коллекционером произведений искусства Уильямом Стерджисом Бигелоу (1850-1926).


Noh costume (atsuita). Kimono
Japanese Edo period 18th century
144.8 x 128.9 cm (57 x 50 3/4 in.)
Silk 5/1 twill ikat-dyed ground with warp ikat (kasuri) and supplementary silk patterning wefts tied in 1/2 twill order


Kimono (katabira)
Japanese Edo period first quarter 18th century
Ramie plain-weave, hand drawn paste resist-dyed (yûzen), hand-painted with ink and embroidered with silk and gold metallic wrapped threads
162.56 x 119.4 cm (64 x 47 in.)


Child's kimono (furisode)
Japanese Edo period late 18th century
Silk damask with silk embroidery and stenciled gold leaf
102.9 x 103.5 cm (40 1/2 x 40 3/4 in.)


Kimono (furisode)
Japanese Edo period late 18th or early 19th century
Silk satin embroidered with silk and couched with gold metallic wrapped thread
173.4 x 125.1 cm (68 1/4 x 49 1/4 in.)


Noh costume (karaori). Kimono
Japanese Edo period late 18th century
Silk; twill with supplementary silk and gilt-paper patterning wefts (karaori)
152.2 x 138 cm (59 15/16 x 54 5/16 in.)


Noh costume (karaori). Kimono
Japanese Edo period late 18th century
Twill weave ground ikat-dyed and patterned with supplementary wefts of silk and gilt paper
144.8 x 134.6 cm (57 x 53 in.)


Kimono (kosode)
Japanese Edo period, Genroku era late 17th to early 18th century
Silk satin damask (rinzu); hand-painted with carbon dye, stencil tie-dyed (kata kanoko) and embroidered with silk and gilt paper-wrapped thread
163 x 130 cm (64 3/16 x 51 3/16 in. )


Kimono (katabira)
Japanese Late Edo period mid 18th–mid 19th century
Ramie plain weave, stencil printed (kata-kaneko, suri-hita), painted with sumi ink and embroidered with silk and metallic yarns
158 cm (62 3/16 in.)


Kimono (kosode)
Japanese Edo period early 18th century
Silk damask (rinzu) stencil resist-dyed (kata kanoko), embroidered (shishû), hand-painted (kaki-e)
66 3/4 x 50 3/4 in. (169.5 x 128.9 cm)


Kimono (hitoe)
Japanese Edo period second half 18th century
Silk plain weave crepe (chirimen); stencil printed (kata-kaneko, suri-hita) and embroidered with silk and gold-wrapped thread; painted with sumi-ink
172.7 x 125.1 cm (68 x 49 1/4 in.)


Noh costume (nuihaku)
Kimono Japanese Edo period 18th century
150.5 x 143.8 cm (59 1/4 x 56 5/8 in.)
Silk satin, metallic pigment, embroidered with silk and metallic thread


Noh costume (atsuita). Kimono
Japanese Edo period 18th century
163.6 x 142.7 cm (64 7/16 x 56 3/16 in.) 148.4 cm
Silk 2/1 twill ground with gilt paper discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts tied in 1/2 twill order, silk discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts


Noh costume (nuihaku). Kimono
Japanese Edo period 18th century
Silk satin-weave ground, handpainted, stenciled gold leaf, embroidered with silk
154.1 cm (60 11/16 in.)


Noh costume (atsuita). Kimono
Japanese Edo period 18th century
161.0 x 144.8 cm (63 3/8 CB includes collar x 57 in.)
Silk 2/1 twill with silk supplementary patterning wefts tied in 1/2 twill and silk patterning weft floats


Noh costume (karaori). Kimono
Japanese Edo era 18th century
Silk; 2/1 twill ground, ikat-dyed and patterned with silk floats and silk and gilt paper patterning wefts tied in 1/2 twill order
160.0 x 139.7 cm (63 CB w/collar x 55 in. )


Noh costume (karaori). Kimono
Japanese Edo era 18th century
151.8 x 134.6 cm (59 3/4 x 53 in.)
Silk; twill with supplementary silk and gilt-paper patterning wefts


Noh costume (atsuita-karaori). Kimono
Japanese Edo period 18th century
149.9 x 142.9 cm (59 x 56 1/4 in.)
Silk; 5/1 twill ground self-patterned with 1/5 twill, ikat-dyed (kasuri) and weft color change, silk patterning weft floats


Noh costume (karaori). Kimono
Japanese Edo period late 18th to early 19th century
153 x 135.3 cm (60 1/4 x 53 1/4 in.)
Silk; twill-weave ground, ikat-dyed warps, gilt paper strip discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts tied down with supplementary warps in twill-weave, silk discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts


Noh costume (atsuita). Kimono
Japanese Edo period 18th century (overpainted in late 19th)
150.2 x 140.7 cm (59 1/8 CB x 55 3/8 in.)
Silk; 2/1 twill ground, warp ikat (kasuri), gilt-paper patterning wefts tied in 1/2 twill order, silk patterning weft floats


Noh costume (atsuita). Kimono
Japanese Edo period late 18th to early 19th century
156.2 x 135.9 cm (61 1/2 x 53 1/2 in.)
Silk; twill with ikat-dyed warps (kasuri) and supplementary silk patterning wefts


Noh costume (atsuita). Kimono
Japanese Edo period late 18th or 19th century
155.3 cm (L) x 133.4 cm (W) Collar length: 14.3 cm
Silk, 2/1 twill ground, ikat-dyed (kasuri), silk and gilt-paper patterning wefts tied in 1/2 twill order; silk weft floats


Noh costume (karaori). Kimono
Japanese Edo era late 18th to early 19th century
142.2 x 134.6 cm (56 x 53 in. )
Silk; twill with ikat-dyed warps and supplementary silk and gilt-paper patterning wefts


Noh costume (nuihaku). Kimono
Japanese Edo period 18th or 19th century
151.8 x 141cm (59 3/4 x 55 1/2in.)
Silk 1/5 twill ground, embroidered with silk and stenciled with gold leaf


Noh costume (atsuita). Kimono
Japanese Edo period 18th century
158.4 x 142.9 x 160 cm (62.375 CB w/collar x 56.25 x 63 in. )
Silk, gilt paper strips; 2/1 twill ground patterned with gilt-paper strips tied in 1/2 twill order, discontinuous supplementary patterning silk wefts (karaori)


Noh costume (karaori). Kimono
Japanese Edo period 18th century
151 x 137.5 cm (59 7/16 x 54 1/8 in. )
Silk; twill with supplementary silk and gilt-paper patterning wefts; later embroidery

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Tags: XVIII век, Декоративно-прикладное искусство, Драконы, История костюма/причёски, США, Япония
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