Noren Curtain by Keisuke Serizawa
These are a series of noren curtains featuring designs by Japanese dyeing craft artist Serizawa Keisuke.
Serizawa developed the technique of form dyeing and completed its own pattern drawing. In 1956, it was selected as an important intangible cultural heritage (human national treasure), in 1976 as a national cultural heritage.
The versatile beauty world has been acknowledged as "the rare arts high rise of the kind", and now it is increasing its name as SERIZAWA in the world. The powerful and bold composition, vivid colouring, influenced by the red mould the learnt in Okinawa, and works filled with strong individuality and rich creative power continue to appeal to people's hearts.
Optional: Noren holder rod is available at extra cost.
Noren Design and Dimensions
85 x 120cm
100% Cotton Fabric with with textured weave.
Four Seasons - a beautifully simple presentation of Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter characters.
About Keisuke Serizawa
He was born in Shizuoka Prefecture in 1895 and designated a Living National Treasure for the textile art of “Kataezome”, an important intangible cultural heritage, and people around the world and in Japan appreciate him as a craftsman representing the 20th century. He had widely established new fields such as Kimono, bookbinding, calendar, signboard and lighting design.