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Joan B Mirviss LTD

Japanese fine art of the 17th–21st centuries

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New York , New York 10075
United States

phone +1-212-799-4021


Saidei kaki-Haru; Colored Vase titled "Distance"


Teabowl titled "Setsunashi"; "Poignant"

Saidei kaki-Haru; Colored Vase titled "Distance"

Shinshō, Chō; Impression, Clearness

Ningyomen tsubo; “Doll-face Vessel” with spouted opening and four handles

Sesshū Tenmanbashi; Tenman Bridge in Settsu Province, from the series Shokoku meikyō kiran; Remarkable Views of Famous Bridges in Various Provinces

Furyū onna shikisanban; Fashionable Female Version of the Shikisanban Dance

Blue-and-white glazed, faceted large vessel decorated with mountain landscape and gold overglaze ground

Deizō “Kajin"; Clay Figure “Fireman”

Banshū Nunobiki no taki; Nunobiki Waterfall in Harima Province, from the series Shokoku meisho hyakkei (One-hundred Views of Famous Places in the Provinces)

Handled oval bowl on a raised foot decorated with snow-covered bamboo

Large oni with giant sembei cracker

L'Attaque des renards; Attack of the Foxes

Pair of shoreline scenes depicting cranes and a small fishing village


With more than forty-five years of experience, Joan B. Mirviss is a pillar in the field of Japanese art. As a dealer, scholar, curator, and advisor, she has been the driving force championing the top Japanese clay artists, who she represents exclusively, and whose works she has placed in major museums around the globe. Widely published as a highly respected expert, Mirviss has built many institutional and private collections of Japanese art. JOAN B MIRVISS LTD exhibits modern and contemporary Japanese ceramics, ukiyo-e, and Japanese paintings from its exclusive Madison Avenue location in New York City.
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