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Japanese Prints

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Производитель: изд. Taschen
Артикул производителя: 3165
Страна: Германия
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Автор: Gabriele Fahr-Becker
Название серии: Taschen 25
Язык издания: Английский
Издательство: Taschen
Год издания: 2007
Количество страниц: 200
Формат: 300x240
Тип обложки: твердый
This volume reproduces 139 Japanese woodblock colour prints by 43 famous masters of ukiyo-e, the popular art of the 17th to the 19th century. The originals are in the Riccar Art Museum in Tokyo, the world's largest and most celebrated collection of such prints. On account of their rarity and value, 87 of them have been designated Japanese National Treasures or Major National Cultural Heritage Items. The introductory essay, Ukiyo-e - Origins and History, by the Curator of the Riccar Art Museum, Mitsunobu Sato, familiarizes the reader with the history of this art form. This is followed by the chapter Cherry - Wood - Blossom, in which Thomas Zacharias, Professor at the Munich Academy of Art examines the technique, content and style of Japanese prints and their influence on European art at the turn of the century. The major section of the book consists of the 139 reproductions, grouped by artist, each accompanied by a detailed, sensitive commentary. Street scenes, lovers' trysts, festivals, portraits of courtesans and actors, landscapes and travelogues - these are the motifs of the ukiyo-e print. The dominant theme, however, is woman's beauty, the grace of her posture and attitudes, and the decorative aesthetics of her flowing garments. Amongst the most celebrated of the artists featured here are Utamaro, with his beautiful courtesans and geishas_RT_ Sharaku, with his portraits of actors on the kabuki stage_RT_ Hokusai, with his landscapes, among them the 36 Views of Mount Fuji_RT_ and Hiroshige, with his 53 Stations on the To-kaido- and his 100 Views of Famous Places in and around Edo. The ten-page appendix includes a glossary of technical terms and biographies of all 43 artists.
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