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Optimistic Dealer Decides to Gamble on Japanese Art, by Wendy Moonan

The New York Times

Her new gallery, Joan B. Mirviss Ltd., at 39 East 78th Street, will sell antique Japanese screens, woodblock prints, hanging scrolls, bronzes, baskets and contemporary ceramics. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art last year purchased four pieces of contemporary Japanese ceramic art from her.) The gallery's prices range from $350 for a sake cup to $200,000 for a painting.

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