The Japanese Fan by William Strang (1859-1921)

The Japanese Fan, 1914 Portrait of Woman The talented painter William Strang was born in Dumbarton, worked briefly a clerk in the family.

Fan created in Japan in the year 1896 for a British stage production of the “Mikado”.   Flat Japanese fan with bamboo handle and sticks and red silk tassel. The fan is printed with images of foliage and birds. V Museum

A Japanese fan created in 1896 for a British stage production of the Mikado. The fan has a bamboo handle, sticks and red silk tassel and is printed with images of foliage and birds - Courtesy of The Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

Japanese fan  http://www.carolynstaleyprints.com/main.php?g2_itemId=17719_imageViewsIndex=1

Japanese fan http://www.carolynstaleyprints.com/main.php?g2_itemId=17719_imageViewsIndex=1

uchiwa: flat, non-folding japanese fan with printed patterns on silk or paper stretched over a bamboo frame.

Uchiwa: flat, non-folding Japanese fan with printed patterns on silk or paper stretched over a bamboo frame.

京都府 扇子 舞扇

京都府 扇子 舞扇

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