Oct 1 2016 - Jan 8 2017 | Carol Sawyer: The Natalie Brettschneider Archive | Curated by Michelle Jacques | Pollard Gallery
The Gallery is home to one of the most comprehensive collections of Japanese art in Canada, historical collections featuring Canadian and international works, and exceptional contemporary art.
Two women, one Manchu and one Han Chinese are playing with fortune sticks on a small table on a bed. The Han woman has bound feet and the Manchu woman has elevated shoes.
medium low footed fruit nappy or bowl; 10 flattened panels around the perimeter with the 'sprig' appearing on alternate panels Pattern: Sprig
boats; wharves; boathouses
Colour: pale ochre; grey green; grey blue; pale blue grey
Scalloped base with foliage on four sides, base continues up to where five scrolled arms come out with holders at the end, center continues to 6th holder. Each holder can be unscrewed.
a landscape with 11 sheep in the foreground & a river in the background
Brushpot is made from a hollowed out trucated piece of wood with natural burl formations, flat rim and base. There is a crevice bearing a polished area
Eight sided jug decorated with coloured cranes, flowers, and water in enamel glaze on grey ceramic
Beach with two logs lieing on it in foreground; Water body with land masses in it in background
Two bluebirds are perched on the branch of a ginko tree. The branch has brown leaves and there are slanted raindrops falling across the image.
Calligraphy; Yellow & red border around edge.
parrot on a branch
plain white upright bowl has a deep well with rounded sides and a straight 1.5 cm foot; clear glaze
Famille verte beaker decorated with precious objects and set with double handles.
nymphs in wooded landscape
The engraving has an etched border.
circular woven bowl; lid attached with leather hinge; metal bowl & lid fitted to inside
Sepia toned photographic print of the Geisha Ichimaru standing wearing a kimono.
A centaur as seen through an opening in the foliage.
Grey glaze, green & blue underglaze. Highly vitreous crackled glaze. Green transparent. Beast spewing handles, opposite, on vase shoulder."
A house, perched upon a hilltop, amidst a storm. Below a house is swept away in the river.
Gold inlay in the damascene technique, a design of vines & leaves with clouds. Shakudo is an alloy of silver & copper with traces of other materials.
38 cedar supports painted ivory and carved and decorated with floral patterns support the mauve, sized cotton & net fan decorated with painted flowers.
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