Style Imitating Art Inspiration: Large Dish with Cherry Blossoms

INSPIRATION ART WORK

Large Dish with Cherry Blossoms

Large Dish with Cherry Blossoms, The Met, circa 1690-1720s, Japan {public domain}

Salazar selected the inspiration piece for this round of Style Imitating Art. The past few selections have been paintings, so Salazar chose something totally different – a large dish. This is a Japanese “Nabeshima” dish and is from The Met’s public domain collection. In explaining her choice, Salazar wrote: “The design is both bold and delicate, and the colors are spring-appropriate.” I agree, it’s a beautiful piece that is open to so much interpretation.

For more information about the piece, click here.

TO PARTICIPATE

Everyone’s invited to participate! Send a picture of your Style Imitating Art inspired outfit to that week’s curator – Salazar at 14shadesofgrayblog@gmail.com by Tuesday, 8 May. Salazar will share the submissions on her blog, 14 Shades of Grey, on Wednesday, 9 May.

Hope you’ll join the fun!

For more stylish inspiration, check out the following:

Where I co-host:

AGELESS STYLE – First Tuesday of the Month

Style Imitating Art – Inspiration piece posted on Mondays with the round-up on Wednesdays

Now go play in your closet,

Daenel T {Living Outside the Stacks}

 

 

 

 

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