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thekimonogallery: “ A silk meisen kimono featuring bobbins on a hemp-leaf pattern (‘asanoha’). The Kimono Gallery.

JAPANESE KIMONO / VINTAGE FUKURO OBI / GOLD THREAD / WOVEN BRIDGE & WILLOW

JAPANESE KIMONO / VINTAGE FUKURO OBI / GOLD THREAD / WOVEN BRIDGE & WILLOW

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From Haruko Watanabe's collection "Modern Design Meisen Exhibition" at Anna Leonowens Gallery at NSCAD in Halifax, Canada

Meisen Haori

A meisen silk jacket (haori) featuring colorful geometric motifs. The Kimono Gallery

Taisho Kimono, 1912-1926. A chirimen silk kimono featuring a striking design of flower roundels amidst an undulating pattern.  50" across sleeves x 59" height.  The Kimono Gallery

Taisho Kimono, A chirimen silk kimono featuring a striking design of flower roundels amidst an undulating pattern. The Kimono Gallery

An Art Nouveau–inspired kimono to be exhibited at LACMA.

An Art Nouveau–inspired kimono to be exhibited at LACMA. Photo courtesy of 2014 Museum Assoc. Although kimonos remained a fashion staple for Japanese women into the century, the.

Tonbo (蜻蛉) / dragonfly. Summer / autumn (if paired with one of the seven grasses or the full moon). Common pairings: geometric motifs (e.g. ichimatsu, shima, yabane); water (e.g. aki no mizu, kyokūsui, ryūsui); tsuki; seven autumn grasses.

Summer / autumn (if paired with one of the seven grasses or the full moon). Common pairings: geometric motifs (e. aki no mizu, kyokūsui, ryūsui); seven autumn grasses.

Kimono for a woman. Figured silk crêpe (omeshi chirimen) brocade-woven with lacquered threads (rama-ire). Japan, Taisho period, 1920-30.   Montgomery Collection

Kimono for a woman Figured silk crêpe (omeshi chirimen) brocade-woven with lacquered threads, Japan, Taisho period, V&A

Modeconnect.com – Fashion news - July 31 – Kimono for a Modern Age #exhibit unveiled @ LACMA Modeconnect reports

Woman’s Kimono with Abstract Hemp-Leaf Pattern (Japan, early Shōwa period, c. silk plain weave, stencil-printed warp and weft (heiyō-gasuri meisen), Costume Council Fund (Photo: © 2014 Museum Associates/LACMA)

Утагава Хиросигэ | Птица и Iris | Япония | Эдо (1615-1868) | Met

Art Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, Bird and Iris. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Havemeyer Collection, Bequest of Mrs. Havemeyer, 1929 the-iris-fair-among-the-fairest

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