Japanese Theatre Masks 17th century. XVIIe Siècle – Art Japonais. Masques. Mask of a dying woman. Mask of a blind and a lame with a strong painful expression.Masque de femme mourante.… Read More
India. Epic Mahabharata. Indian myth and legend: with illustrations by Warwick Goble.
Turkish costumes Ottoman Empire. 17th and first half of the 18th century. Top row left: Ottoman women street costume. Clothing of Sultana, Sultan and Turkish dancer. Right: Costumes of the Turkish… Read More
Japan fabric design two tones 1865 Woven fabric with two tones. Art Japonais moderne – Tissus Étoffe a deux tons. This disposition, wich presents a gold net work and flowers… Read More
Persian silk velvet fabrics 16th century.
Japan fabric design, Flying geese. 19th century. Japanese Art – Fabrics. The Orginal size. Fabric design: Flying geese in wild wet weather. Art Japonais moderne – Tissus. Grandeur de L’Orginal.… Read More
Japanese woven fabric with two tones, 19th century. Art Japonais moderne – Tissus Étoffe a deux tons.
The Comprehensive Atlas and Geography of the World. “Races of the World”. Drawn by J. L. Williams. Engraved by A. Portier. Printed by Blackie & Son London, Glasgow & Edinburgh 1886
Mongol Race. Traditional Japan national costumes. 1. Officer of the Taikoon, in Civil Costume. 2. Mendicant Bonze. 3. Bonze of a Superior Order. 4. Military Dress from Original in Kensington Museum.… Read More
Traditional Borneo, Java, Malaysian costumes Natives of Borneo: 1. Saghai Dyak N.E. Coast. 2. Loondoo Dyak S.W. Coast. Natives of Java: 3. Priest. 4. Lady. 5. Gentleman. The Comprehensive Atlas… Read More