KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5. SHIKI NO HANA (lit Flower of the Four Seasons) Part Autumn and Winter (from complete in five volumes) 25 figures of woodcut on 50 pages, an impressive fine art album including more than 50 kind of european floral. Original cover and title slip. Amazing state of preservation without insect damage or other defects. There is no trace that was usage almost (Pastedown with different paper types only has foxing, but there is no content in this part). Since the first edition of this book has been issued, the era of decline for woodcut printing has continued by the spread of modern printing technology. The woodblock of this book, however, was carefully kept by the publisher, and was quietly waiting for the time of reprinting. In the 1960′s, when the movement to reevaluate woodcut printing became activate, it is the 2nd edition which was finally printed from the original woodcut after a generation. The binding is more robust and luxurious as a newly refurbished version. Author Writer: Tanigami Konan Painter: Tanigami Konan Publisher: Unsodo (Kyoto) Date: Showa 42 (1968) Second ED (First ED issued in 1917). Size : Maximum length 10.23. This book has been registered as 43020427(Information about the first edition) National Diet Library. If you want more look at the Interesting book. Please check out other items I have listed. _gsrx_vers_841 GS 7.0.16 (841). The item “KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #5″ is in sale since Sunday, June 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “zoookiss” and is located in japan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Origin: Asian
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Date: 1968
  • Special Attributes: Illustrated
  • Condition: Good. Binding tight. All page complete.
  • Print type: Woodblock print
  • Binding: Fording book with Hard cover
  • Illustrated/Pages: almost all/about 50
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Topic: Fine Arts: Collections
  • Subject: Flowers
  • Colophon: Yes
KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1

KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1. SHIKI NO HANA (lit Flower of the Four Seasons) Part Spring: Vol. 1 (from complete in five volumes) 25 figures of woodcut on 50 pages, an impressive fine art album including more than 50 kind of european floral. Original cover and title slip. Amazing state of preservation without insect damage or other defects. There is no trace that was usage almost (Pastedown with different paper types only has foxing, but there is no content in this part). However, regarding this volume, the page where the bookmark had been inserted has a color migration (Scan 9) Since the first edition of this book has been issued, the era of decline for woodcut printing has continued by the spread of modern printing technology. The woodblock of this book, however, was carefully kept by the publisher, and was quietly waiting for the time of reprinting. In the 1960′s, when the movement to reevaluate woodcut printing became activate, it is the 2nd edition which was finally printed from the original woodcut after a generation. The binding is more robust and luxurious as a newly refurbished version. Author Writer: Tanigami Konan Painter: Tanigami Konan Publisher: Unsodo (Kyoto) Date: Showa 42 (1968) Second ED (First ED issued in 1917). Size : Maximum length 10.23. This book has been registered as 43020427(Information about the first edition) National Diet Library. If you want more look at the Interesting book. Please check out other items I have listed. _gsrx_vers_841 GS 7.0.16 (841). The item “KONAN European Flowers Woodcut album KUSABANA ZUFU SE Woodblock print Book #1″ is in sale since Sunday, June 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “zoookiss” and is located in japan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Origin: Asian
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Date: 1968
  • Special Attributes: Illustrated
  • Condition: Good. Binding tight. All page complete.
  • Print type: Woodblock print
  • Binding: Fording book with Hard cover
  • Illustrated/Pages: almost all/about 50
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Topic: Fine Arts: Collections
  • Subject: Flowers
  • Colophon: Yes
KONAN Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock floral print DAHLIA 2

KONAN Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock floral print DAHLIA 2

KONAN Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock floral print DAHLIA 2

KONAN Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock floral print DAHLIA 2

KONAN Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock floral print DAHLIA 2

KONAN Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock floral print DAHLIA 2

This lovely original woodblock print is from our special Tanigami Konan (Japanese, 1879 -1928) collection. It is his wonderful. From his extraordinary, and very rare, Album of Western Plants and Flowers. (See Plate 71, Konan: Japanese Woodblock Flower Prints , Dover Publications, 2008). This is a beautiful original Tanigami Konan. It is truly a classic ukiyo-e image. It would be a superb choice for any discerning collector. Matted and framed, this print would make a stunning presentation by itself or would be an impressive addition to an arrangement with other prints. It is one you will be proud to display in your home or office and is bound to become a cherished family heirloom. ARTIST: Tanigami Konan (Japanese, 1879 – 1928). SERIES: Album of Western Plants and Flowers. MEDIUM: Genuine polychrome woodblock print. Ink and color on handmade paper. 8 7/8 x 13; (22,5 cm x 33 cm). 10 7/8 x 14 5/8; (27,6 cm x 37,1 cm). CONDITION: Antique original print. Wonderful color and detail. Vertical centerfold from album storage. Possibly small tears at top and bottom of fold. Possibly some thinning on edges and a few light spots. Please take a moment to examine the scans carefully. The Uki Arts Gallery. To see all of our Gallerys current offerings. To see our new listings as they become available. The item “KONAN Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock floral print DAHLIA 2″ is in sale since Thursday, September 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “ukiarts” and is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: Taisho era, c. 1917
  • Primary Material: Ink and color on handmade paper
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Type: Paintings, Scrolls & Prints
  • Featured Refinements: Japanese Woodblock Print
Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora

23 Original Japanese woodblock prints. Century Ukiyo-e art piece, a book with 23 hand colored woodblock prints depicting western flora. Various plants such as eggplant, pumpkin and rose are depicted here. Prints are made on a two leaf sheet which is then folded. Beautiful, well preserved piece of Japanese art, with vivid colors. 24-46 (23 folded sheets). Size: 25,5 x 18 cm. Binding: Original cardboard binding. Condition: Spots and stains on some of the pages. For condition and details see the scans. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The ukiyo-e[a] genre of art flourished in Japan from the 17th through 19th centuries. Its artists produced woodblock prints and paintings of such subjects as female beauties; kabuki actors and sumo wrestlers; scenes from history and folk tales; travel scenes and landscapes; flora and fauna; and erotica. The term ukiyo-e IPA: u. E translates as “pictures of the floating world”. Edo (modern Tokyo) became the seat of government for the military dictatorship in the early 17th century. The merchant class at the bottom of the social order found themselves the greatest beneficiaries of the city’s rapid economic growth. Many indulged in the entertainments of kabuki theatre, courtesans, and geisha of the pleasure districts. The term ukiyo (“floating world”) came to describe this hedonistic lifestyle. Printed or painted ukiyo-e images of this environment emerged in the late 17th century and were popular with the merchant class, who had become wealthy enough to afford to decorate their homes with them. The earliest success was in the 1670s with Moronobu’s paintings and monochromatic prints of beautiful women. Colour prints came graduallyat first added by hand for special commissions. By the 1740s, artists such as Masanobu used multiple woodblocks to print areas of colour. From the 1760s the success of Harunobu’s “brocade prints” led to full-colour production becoming standard, each print made with numerous blocks. The peak period in terms of quantity and quality was marked by portraits of beauties and actors by masters such as Kiyonaga, Utamaro, and Sharaku in the late 18th century. This peak was followed in the 19th century by a pair of masters best remembered for their landscapes: the bold formalist Hokusai, whose Great Wave off Kanagawa is one of the best-known works of Japanese art; and the serene, atmospheric Hiroshige, most noted for the series The Fifty-three Stations of the Tkaid. Following the deaths of these two masters, and against the technological and social modernization that followed the Meiji Restoration of 1868, ukiyo-e production went into steep decline. Some ukiyo-e artists specialized in making paintings, but most works were prints. Artists rarely carved their own woodblocks for printing; rather, production was divided between the artist, who designed the prints; the carver, who cut the woodblocks; the printer, who inked and pressed the woodblocks onto hand-made paper; and the publisher, who financed, promoted, and distributed the works. As printing was done by hand, printers were able to achieve effects impractical with machines, such as the blending or gradation of colours on the printing block. Ukiyo-e was central to forming the West’s perception of Japanese art in the late 19th centuryespecially the landscapes of Hokusai and Hiroshige. From the 1870s Japonism became a prominent trend and had a strong influence on the early Impressionists such as Degas, Manet, and Monet, as well as Post-Impressionists such as van Gogh and Art Nouveau artists such as Toulouse-Lautrec. The 20th century saw a revival in Japanese printmaking: the shin-hanga (“new prints”) genre capitalized on Western interest in prints of traditional Japanese scenes, and the ssaku-hanga (“creative prints”) movement promoted individualist works designed, carved, and printed by a single artist. Prints since the late 20th century have continued in an individualist vein, often made with techniques imported from the West such as screen printing, etching, mezzotint, and mixed media. The item “Ca 1890 Ukiyo-e Art Western Flowers Tanigami Konan Woodblock Prints Plants Flora” is in sale since Wednesday, August 24, 2016. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “sigedon” and is located in 11000. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Subject: Illustrated
  • Topic: Ecology, Environment
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Binding: Softcover, Wraps
  • Special Attributes: Illustrated
  • Author: Tanigami Konan
  • Region: Asia
  • Language: Japanese
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan