Mirror Case with a Couple Playing Chess | Cleveland Museum of Art, 1325-50
Mirror Cover with Lovers Playing Chess and a Dispute between the Sexes, French, mid 14th century
Pavilion with chest
Mirror case with a Knight and a Lady playing chess, made in France, c.1300-25 (source).
Choju-jinbutsu Giga (Scrolls of Frolicking Animals and Humans) See a hare to jump into the river as pinching his nose! How animated the painter descrived the human actions by borrowing animal figure! #japan
Animal illustrated story in Japan.@鳥獣人物戯画 - Chōjū-jinbutsu-giga 世界遺産 栂尾山 高山寺
Medieval, approx. AD 1325-75 Paris, France. Ivory mirror case which housed metal mirror depicting a scene of hunting with hawks. Falconry was common in Medieval art and was an expression of courtly love. The scenes on the case were relative to the level of society and the dragons flanking each corner were a common decoration for the period.
Maki-e lacquer box by Kichiemon, Edo period (1603~1868), Japan
Three Panels from a Casket with Scenes from Courtly Romances,, 1330 France, Lorraine?, Gothic period, 14th century