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|Shin Hanga - 1159||Japanese Prints - 1160||Paul Binnie - 1161||Japanese Prints - 1162|
Start Sunday, December 8, 2013 8:00:01 PM
End Thursday, December 12, 2013 8:00:00 PM
Early Bird: 15% commission instead of 20% if you place 5 bids within the first 36 hours in this auction.
This auction offers again a wide spectrum of Japanese prints from the 19th, 20th and 21st century. Friends of Japanese prints made after 1945 find several designs by Brian Williams, an artist who originally came from Peru to the USA and finally settled in Japan. Another artist that I like is Takehisa Imao, born 1940.
But what really blows my socks off, is 'Nashville Skyline' by Ay-o. I hope Helen Merritt will never see it, or she might get a heart attack.
Biography of Ay-o - The Rainbow Man | Auction Catalog
|Paintings by Cui Dayong||Paintings by Huang Jingzhe||Paintings by Zhang Botao||Paintings by Poon Shu|
The Japanese prints that we offer in our online auctions do not come from our stock - we have none - but from real consignments by collectors, dealers and artists. You pay only for what we sell - a commission on the hammered price. There are no other fees involved. And we pay fast (typically within 2 weeks).
PS: A shipment from the US or Japan to us (Germany) is uncomplicated - WE handle all import procedures.
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We are located in Bavaria/Germany. You are in the U.S.A. Can you risk to buy Japanese prints from us?
Sure - no custom fees, no import restrictions. no state tax, zero risks. We have smoothly shipped more than 10,000 orders to the U.S.A. since 2001. It is slow, but it is reliable.
Regular bidders in our auctions can accumulate their wins up to 6 months, and on your request we ship consolidated for one shipment fee or even for free.
We "speak" in US$ and in inches. Feel comfortable with artelino auctions!. - Dieter (Bavarian) and Yorie (US citizen, born in Japan).
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If you have a Japanese print and do not know the artist, you can try Ukiyo-e.org first where you can identify your print(s) by image comparison against a huge database of Japanese prints including the artelino archive.
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