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Kimono Standing - Vintage
A full body shot of an old kimono from a vintage Japanese family album that I am currently scanning. These photos are pre-war era, though I don't know the exact dates. Some of the photos have studio stamps, but this one does not.
Im Salzburg Museum in der prachtvoll renovierten Neuen Residenz am Mozartplatz bilden wertvolle Kunstobjekte, ästhetische Präsentation, interessante Inhalte und multimediale Installationen ein harmonisches Ganzes.
Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Phoenixes and Paulownia | Japan | Meiji period (1868–1912) | The Met
Japanese bridal wear most often combined the auspicious patterns of turtles and cranes with pine trees, plum blossoms, and bamboo. This wedding uchikake, however, features a phoenix, the most common pattern for Chinese bridal ensembles
Noh Robe (Nuihaku) with Butterflies, Chrysanthemums, Maple Leaves, and Miscanthus Grass | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met
The butterfly motif came into its own in China during the Tang dynasty (618-906), and several examples of decorative arts of the Tang bearing this pattern were preserved in the eighth-century Shôsôin imperial repository in Nara, Japan