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Name: JAPANESE 21ST CENTURY BAMBOO BASKET BY HONDA SYORYU
SOLD
Inventory #: B2U-22
Description: Japanese 21st century bamboo basket by basket artist HONDA SYOSYU. HONDA SYORYU was born in 1951. He orignally made baskets for the traditional Japanese floral arranging art, however the constraints held back his creativity. As an innovator he continue working with his fascination with line, volume and space. He was a finalist for the Cotsen Bamboo Prize in 2000, 2002 and 2004. His works are now part of the permanent collections of the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City, San Francisco Asian Art Museum, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Mint Museum and the Ruth and Sherman Lee Institute for Japanese Art. This basket measures 14 7/8" tall, 11 1/2" wide and 11" deep. (ranesu)
Age: 21st Century
Size: See Description
Price: SOLD