Lacquer

  • 141 List of Chinese inventions — A bronze Chinese crossbow mechanism with a buttplate (the wooden components have …

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  • 142 Igarashi Family — ▪ Japanese artists flourished 17th century       Japanese lacquerware artists who specialized in the maki e technique, wherein a design is made by sprinkling minute gold, silver, or copper flakes over a lacquer ground. The founder of the Igarashi …

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  • 143 Kamakura-bori — ▪ Japanese lacquerwork       (Japanese: “Kamakura carving”), in Japanese lacquerwork, technique in which designs are carved in wood and then coated with red or black lacquer. Originally, it was an imitation of a Chinese carved lacquer (tiao ch i …

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  • 144 raden — ▪ Japanese art       Japanese decorative technique used for lacquerware and woodenware, in which linings of mother of pearl or of abalone shells are cut into designs and either glued onto or inserted into the surface of the lacquer or wood. There …

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  • 145 Lackminiaturen aus Fedoskino — Sommer (das Lackbild in der Mitte, unten) …

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  • 146 japanned — adj. lacquered, varnished with japan lacquer ja·pan || dÊ’É™ pæn v. varnish with japan lacquer; coat with any black lacquer n. shiny black lacquer which originated in Japan; something varnished with japan lacquer adj. of or pertaining to japan… …

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  • 147 Japanese varnish tree — noun 1. small Asiatic tree yielding a toxic exudate from which lacquer is obtained • Syn: ↑varnish tree, ↑lacquer tree, ↑Chinese lacquer tree, ↑Japanese lacquer tree, ↑Japanese sumac, ↑Toxicodendron vernicifluum, ↑Rhus verniciflua …

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  • 148 Nitrocellulose — Nitrocellulose[1] …

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  • 149 Maki-e — Makie. Makie enlargement. Maki e ( …

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  • 150 Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas — Chiapa de Corzo   Town Municipality   La Pila Fountain in the main square …

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  • 151 Chaki — Example of a lacquerware natsume. Chaki (茶器) is a Japanese term that literally means tea implement. In the vocabulary of Japanese tea ceremony, it broadly means (1) any implement used in the practice of chanoyu, and more narrowly means (2) the… …

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  • 152 Wolf Ammunition — is a Russian clearinghouse company that sells ammunition produced in former state owned (USSR) factories. The company is known for providing decent quality ammunition at extremely low prices. Wolf produces ammunition in the most popular rifle and …

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  • 153 Joe Earle — Joe Earle, author and curator, currently serves as Vice President Director, Japan Society Gallery at Japan Society.BiographyMr. Joe Earle was educated at Westminster School and Oxford University, where he took a first in Chinese Language and… …

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  • 154 Immaterielles Kulturerbe Chinas — Die Liste des Immateriellen Kulturerbes der Volksrepublik China (chin. 中國國家級非物質文化遺產 / 中国国家级非物质文化遗产, Zhōngguó guójiājí fēiwùzhì wénhuà yíchǎn, engl. China Intangible Cultural Heritage) führt alle Elemente des chinesischen Brauchtums auf, die vom… …

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  • 155 Liste des immateriellen Kulturerbes Chinas — Die Liste des Immateriellen Kulturerbes der Volksrepublik China (chin. 中國國家級非物質文化遺產 / 中国国家级非物质文化遗产, Zhōngguó guójiājí fēiwùzhì wénhuà yíchǎn, engl. China Intangible Cultural Heritage) führt alle Elemente des chinesischen Brauchtums auf, die vom… …

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  • 156 Liste des immateriellen Kulturerbes der Volksrepublik China — Die Liste des Immateriellen Kulturerbes der Volksrepublik China (chinesisch 中國國家級非物質文化遺產 / 中国国家级非物质文化遗产 Zhōngguó guójiājí fēiwùzhì wénhuà yíchǎn, engl. China Intangible Cultural Heritage) führt alle Elemente des chinesischen… …

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  • 157 painting — /payn ting/, n. 1. a picture or design executed in paints. 2. the act, art, or work of a person who paints. 3. the works of art painted in a particular manner, place, or period: a book on Flemish painting. 4. an instance of covering a surface… …

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  • 158 chinkin-bori — ▪ Japanese art  (Japanese: “gold inlay carving”), in Japanese lacquerwork, technique for decorating lacquer ware with patterns delineated by thin lines of gold inlay. After the pattern has been incised into the lacquer surface with a fine chisel …

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  • 159 Kōami Family — ▪ Japanese artists flourished 19th century       Japanese lacquerware artists who were eminent for 19 generations in the Muromachi, Azuchi Momoyama, and Tokugawa periods.       Michinaga (1410–78) was a personal attendant to the military ruler… …

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  • 160 togidashi maki-e — ▪ Japanese lacquerwork       in Japanese lacquerwork, kind of maki e (q.v.). In this technique, the design is painted in lacquer, and gold or silver powder is sprinkled over it; when the lacquer is dry, another coat is applied to the design to… …

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