Good, trimming, a little stain on the reverse, a little foxing, a little damage, a few creases. Large size About the size of Ukiyo-e. As the work is quite old, it is scratched and soiled. Please understand that it is an antique artwork.
Japanese Woodblock Print KAWARAZAKI SHODO Nihonga Meiji Shinsaku #799. This is an original Japanese woodblock print on paper. The print will come straight sandwiched between two cartons. Picture frame is not included. With regards to the item condition, please refer to the photos carefully. Actual color may look slightly different from the image depending on the lighting. Accessories in the background for photography are not included unless noted. Thank you for visiting our store! Based in Japan, we are officially licensed as an antique dealer and operate our store while complying with regulations. We provide 100% authentic products inspected by professional appraisers for luxury brands. Also, we are personal shoppers. Please feel free to ask us if you are looking for a specific product from Japan. We would be happy to assist you. International Buyers – Please Note. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as gifts. US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. If you are looking for brand new or nervous with used item, please refrain from purchasing. All return requests must be made within 30 days of the receipt of the item. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Very elegant and lovely print from rare commemorative limited edition. Unfortunately, he died very young, at only 41 years old. First edition prints of Goyo’s works are very expensive. The original blocks for his works were destroyed in the great earthquake of 1923. Fortunately, in the mid 20th century his heirs gave two of Japan’s finest woodblock printers, Tanseisha and Yuyudo, permission to publish very small limited commemorative editions of his masterworks. The prints from these editions were skillfully printed from meticulously recarved blocks and are of the highest quality. This beautiful print is from the Tanseisha C ommemorative Limited Edition. Instead of following in the footsteps of the earlier ukiyo-e artists who most often chose their models from the famous courtesans of their time, Goyo preferred of paint the geishas, waitress and maids of his era. Stunning portrait of a nude after her bath. Her delicate skin is beautifully framed by a shimmering silver mica background. This lovely print would be a wonderful choice for the collector and the interior decorator. It would be striking displayed on your home or office wall. Goyo’s masterworks are in the collections of many of the world’s great museums. Among them are the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. TITLE: Beauty after her Bath. MEDIUM: Authentic polychrome woodblock print. Ink and color on handmade paper. 17 7/8″ x 11 7/8″; (45.4 cm x 30,2 cm). 19″ x 13 ¼”; (48,3 cm x 33,7 cm). CONDITION: Rare limited edition commemorative print. Emulates Goyo’s original masterpiece. Marvelous color and beautiful detail. Shimmering silver mica background. Nice baren rubbings on verso. Compare to image on page 46 of the book The Female Image: 20. Century Prints of Japanese Beauties. Please take a moment to examine the scans. The Uki Arts Gallery.
This product is a reprint of Ukiyo-e? What is the difference between reprinted ukiyo-e and ukiyo-e produced in Japan’s Edo period? It makes no difference. The only difference is the era in which they were made. The woodblocks are re-carved and hand-printed one by one on traditional Japanese paper. The greatest attraction of ukiyo-e is the unique soft texture of Japanese paper and woodblock prints, and the vivid colors that people of the time must have enjoyed. Dimensions : 14.57inch × 29.72inch. Paper : washi(Japanese tradition paper : Echizen-gami Hosho-sho). Princess Takiyasha is a legendary figure who is said to be the orphaned child of Taira no Masakado. She received witchcraft from the toad spirit and gathered the youkai in Soma’s old palace to plot her rebellion. This sorrowful story of Princess Takiyasha has become the subject of various literature and performing arts. The skeleton drawn by Kuniyoshi is drawn over three pieces, so it is very powerful and is a very popular pattern overseas. Utagawa Kuniyoshi was an ukiyo-e artist active at the end of the Edo period. Due to his unique painting style, he has been called a “fantasy painter”, and in recent years he has gained popularity among a wide range of generations. In the list of ukiyo-e artists at that time, Kuniyoshi, who painted samurai paintings, was listed as Hiroshige, who painted famous places. His rebellious and satirical works gained overwhelming support from the people of the time, and many disciples gathered to form the largest faction of ukiyo-e artists. The genealogy extends to Japanese painters in the Showa era.
Formal Name: Keinen KAcho Gafu. Contents: 16 types in sets of 2, 32 prints in totalOriginally, these prints were bound as books, but they are separated one by one and put in vinyl. Year of publication: 1891. Condition: Half of the illustrations are foxed, some are creased, the margins are rubbed and some are torn. This item is not new. Please refer to the description-of-item columns and the pictures.
Title: Chapter 4: Yugao. Series: Magic Lantern Slides of That Romantic Purple Figure. Medium: Japanese woodblock print. Size of Image in Inches : 9 1/2 x 13 7/8 inches. Condition : Album backing; minor fading, creasing and worming.
Size : 29.7 × 21 cm (sheet size). 2015 Completed the Graduate School of Joshibi University of Art and Design, Department of Fine Arts, Printmaking. Nakamura Miho, Yamashiro Yumi Exhibition at Yoseido Gallery, Tokyo. Second Prize, Kawakami Sumio Museum of Art Woodblock Print Grand Prix Exhibition. (Kawakami Sumio Kawakami Art Museum, Kanuma, Japan). Shibetsu Artist-in-Residence Summer in Shibetsu Result Exhibition (Shibetsu City Museum of Art, Tokyo). Summer in Shibetsu – Result Exhibition (Ibuki Shimin Gallery, Hokkaido). Jury Prize, Awagami International Mini-Print Exhibition. (Awa Washi Traditional Industry Hall, Awa, Japan). Kawakami Sumio Museum of Art Woodblock Print Grand Prix Exhibition, Special Jury Prize (Kawakami Sumio Museum of Art, Kanuma, Japan), 2016. (Kawakami Sumio Kawakami Art Museum, Kanuma). The 83rd Exhibition of the Japan Print Association, Associate Member Excellence Prize, FF Prize. 2014 University Print Exhibition. Collections Prize, National University Print Exhibition (Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts). The 82nd Exhibition of Japan Print Association, Yamaguchi Gen Newcomer Prize. (Collection of Numazu Shoji Museum of Art). Nakamura’s warm gaze is carefully directed toward inorganic objects that might otherwise be overlooked in contemporary landscapes. The air that exists in the paintings feels strangely like a familiar scene, evoking memories and emotions that have lain dormant in the depths of the mind. The beauty of the overlapping colors, which is unique to woodblock prints, and the careful interaction between the print and the artist are evident in this work, which we hope you will cherish and enjoy.