【Upcoming Japanese Art Auction】 MEGURU vol.4: The Marketplace for Japanese Art
BS Fuji Co., Ltd. & Kashima Arts Co., Ltd. will co-host the Japanese Art Auction, "MEGURU vol.4", from June 27 to July 5, 2020. This time we'll offer approx 600 select lots. Whether a novice or an expert, there are works for everyone to enjoy.
By: Kashima Arts Co., Ltd
All lots can also be viewed & bid for on our website→ https://meguru-
The MEGURU vol. 4 catalog will feature details and images of roughly 600 lots.
Please contact us for a free catalog.
Why choose MEGURU？
1. Each lot is screened and selected by us
In addition to our events, we have collaborated with many artistic institutions and experts to support the promotion of Japanese art. With the expertise of 30+ years of antique dealing, do rest assured that we have selected each work for its quality and merit.
2. A chance to buy art at a surprisingly affordable price.
3. An extensive line-up of lots & the lowest minimum bid of 30,000 yen.
4. Participate anytime, anywhere! See works any way you desire and bid online!
1. Price transparency & the chance to sell at an unexpectedly high value
As there are no additional mediators, all works are sold directly to the buyer. Plus, since the highest bid determines the selling price, all sales are transparent.
2. Expert assessment and valuation
3. Showcase your work to 20,000+ art lovers
4. We do all the work! No more pesky sales procedures and formalities!
MEGURU vol.4 Highlights
An ancient Japanese art motif, Bijin-ga (paintings of beautiful women) is a major subject within Japanese art. Works of great Japanese tradition, this MEGURU will feature works by the great masters of Bijin-ga: Takehisa Yumeji, Ito Shinsui, Kaburaki Kiyokata and Ito Shoha.
● Kataoka Tamako
This MEGURU will feature the most iconic of Kataoka Tamako's works, her paintings of Mt. Fuji.
Subverting traditional notions of beauty, Mingei celebrates the simple beauty of ordinary utilitarian objects.
Ito Jakuchu, "Lobster"
Starting Bid: ¥2,000,000
Umehara Ryuzaburo "Landscape in Venice"
Starting Bid: ¥2,300,000
Hakuin Ekaku "Jurojin (God of Longevity)"
Starting Bid: ¥800,000
Emile Galle, "Vase with Enamel Dahlia"
Starting Bid: ¥1,000,000
※Depending on COVID-19, business times are subject to change. Please check updates on our Facebook (@kashima.arts)
Kashima Arts Co., Ltd