Dafni Asteriou

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Noh robe. Edo period (1615–1868) 19th century. Japan. Silk

Noh robe Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Silk Dimensions: Overall: 70 x 58 in. x 148 cm) Classification: Costumes

Edo period (1603-1868) 17th century. Tie-dyeing (nui-shime), embroidery and stenciled gold leaves (surihaku) on white figured silk satin (rinzu) ground. See: www.joshibi.net

熨斗草花模様小袖/Kosode with noshi ornament and flowering plants Edo period century Tie-dyeing (nui-shime), embroidery and stenciled gold leaves (surihaku) on white figured silk satin (rinzu) ground

Embroidered Wedding Outer Robe (Uchikake), Edo Period, late 18th–early 19th century

ephemeral-elegance: “ Embroidered Wedding Outer Robe (Uchikake), Edo Period, late century Wedding uchikake are decorated with auspicious motifs, such as the folded-paper butterflies.

石畳鷹楓文字模様小袖

Kosode with hawks, maples, waterfalls and stone pavement pattern, century, Paste-resist dyeing (yuzen) and embroidery on white silk crepe (chirimen) ground

Edo Dounuki - Late Edo (1800-1868). A silk antique dounuki featuring sparse metallic and silk embroidery highlights. 48" from sleeve-end to sleeve-end x 56" height. The Kimono Gallery

Edo Dounuki - Late Edo A silk antique dounuki featuring sparse metallic and silk embroidery highlights. The Kimono Gallery

Itchiku Kubota, landscape kimono featuring tsujigahana technique - which combines painting with shibori.

In the spirit of winter beauty, I'm thinking about the amazing textile artist itchiku kubota. Many years ago, while visiting my mother when she lived in Washington DC, I stumbled across a show of his absolutely amazing landscape kimono's at.