https://flic.kr/p/6rU5F5 | Idolomantis diabolica adult male | Inspired by a photo on Scott Thompsons' photostream www.flickr.com/photos/hooked_on_macro/ Also known as a Devil Flower Mantis, hand fabricated from solid brass bar and sheet, wing patterns are etched with ferric chloride using sharpie markers as a resist
Okimono in the form of an articulated model of a rhinoceros beetle, of shakudo with inlaid gold eyes. Signed on the reverse of one wing with an incised signature by the artist, Muneyoshi (Kozan Muneyoshi or Kozan II, the go or art name of Tomiki Muneyoshi). Early Showa era, circa 1926 – 1940.
Okimono or small sculpture in the form of a praying mantis, with articulated and movable legs, arms, wings, head and antennae. Of hammered, cold-chiseled and assembled red bronze with inlaid shakudo eyes. Signed on the underside of the lower left wing with a chiseled signature by the artist: Kozan (Takase Kozan or Kozan I, 1868 – 1934). Late Meiji – Taisho era, circa 1900 – 1920.
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