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Picture of a beautiful woman after a bath. Contents: 1 Wood block print A piece from the 1918 special edition of “Ukiyo-e Ha Gashu”. Originally handwritten on paper. Year of publication: 1918. Size: 38×14cm (15×5.5 inchi). Ukiyoe-Ha-Gashu is the first complete collection of Ukiyo-e in Japan that systematically contains handwritten Ukiyo-e. The first edition was published in 1906-08 and exhibited at the Japan-England Exposition (1910). The exquisite and luxurious woodblock printing technique, which is said to have required 200 times repeated woodblocks to complete a single print, is considered worthy of special mention in the history of Japanese woodblock printing. Ukiyoe-Ha-Gashu was published in several editions, including the first edition in a limited edition of 200 copies, a top-bound edition, and a standard edition. This is the third edition of the special top-bound edition, and according to the preface to the book, This edition has been further revised and published in response to the requests of enthusiasts. The works and color woodblock prints in this edition are not much different from those in the first limited edition. There are light stains on the paper mat. This item is not new. Please refer to the description-of-item columns and the pictures.
Some signs of use, but other than that, there are no major problems. 24 cm x 16 cm. A genius ukiyoe artist of the late Edo period. Date of birth: October 31, 1760. Date of death: May 10, 1849. He left 30,000 works during his lifetime. Among the many types of works, “woodblock prints, ” “Hokusai manga, ” and “Ukiyoe” are the most famous. Hokusai painted a variety of subjects, including landscapes, shunga, and yokai, but his most famous work is probably “Kanagawa-oki Namiura, ” one of the famous “Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji(Fugaku Sanjurokkei), ” known around the world as The Great Wave. About Importer’s Obligation. Thank you for your understanding.
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. ¦Image size:7.9inch × 21.6inch. ¦Paper:Washi(Japanese traditional paper:Echizen Seiji Hosho). ¦At that time, it was a custom-made product. Spiny lobster is a symbol of longevity, and Princess Komatsu also has the meaning of longevity and marital harmony, making it a very auspicious design. The senryo no mi, katsu chestnuts, and shii no mi, which are drawn together, are also very auspicious works, wishing for wealth and victory. He is considered one of the most famous artists in Japan. His real name was Katsushika Hokusai, but he was also known by names such as Utamaro, Hokushu, and Taito. Hokusai was one of the important pioneers of ukiyo-e, a genre of woodblock prints and paintings. His works had a unique style characterized by vivid expressions and strong movements. He covered a wide range of subjects in his art, including landscapes, figures, animals, mythology, and legends. One of his most famous series is “Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji” (also known as “Fugaku Sanjurokkei”), and among them, the masterpiece “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” is widely recognized as Hokusai’s representative work and one of the iconic pieces of Japanese ukiyo-e. Hokusai’s painting techniques have been passed down through the generations and have influenced numerous subsequent artists. His works were widely acclaimed during his time and continued to have a significant impact on later Japanese art styles. They particularly had a profound influence on Impressionism and modern European art. In addition to artistic creations, Hokusai wrote many books on painting theory and techniques, which became important resources for later art education and painting studies. His publication “Hokusai Manga” is a collection of illustrated works in a comic-like format, showcasing various techniques for depicting figures, animals, landscapes, and other elements. It has become an important reference material for later generations in the field of painting education. Katsushika Hokusai’s life was highly diverse, and his works and influence are highly esteemed not only in Japan but also internationally. He is celebrated as one of the great masters in the history of Japanese painting, and his works continue to be cherished and collected by art enthusiasts worldwide.
KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI – GENUINE 19th CENTURY MANGA VOL. (Denshin Kaishu) Transmitted From the Gods, A Revelation of All Things. A fine example of Hokusai’s Manga Volume 8. Soft, subtle printing, but revealing details that are normally lost in Meiji-era versions. EXCELLENT REGISTRY AND IMPRESSION. AN OBVIOUS EARLY PULL OFF THE BLOCKS! VERY LITTLE TO NO TONING TO THE PAPER. IMPECCABLE STATE OF PRESERVATION. NO THUMBING AT ALL. Original Edition, later Impression. Collaboration between Eriakuya and Katano Toshirö. Eriakuya Toshirö obtained all the original, 1st edition blocks in the early Meiji Period. Some of the blocks were worn down considerably, therefore there are line breaks and missing features that make these later editions less appealing. There were other blocks that were less worn, and so the publisher took full advantage of the clean blocks, by creating splendidly unique editions from 1860 thru 1875 that are in someways more satisfying than even the first edition productions. DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS OPPORTUNITY TO ADD A VERY RARE, CLEAN EXAMPLE OF HOKUSAI’S FAMOUS MANGA TO YOUR COLLECTION; PRINTED NEARLY 150 YEARS AGO. Several facts regarding hand-made washi paper. Tone, texture and thickness vary a lot when printing on hand-made paper that was produced by farmers during the winter months. As well, washi, being that it is hand-made paper, occasionally had large brown fibers or other materials that entered the water and paper vats used in production. These blemishes are of course not a misprint or damage. It seems that printmakers of that time were neither obsessive nor selective about the uniformity of each individual sheet of paper. After all, these books were never printed for elite collectors with safe-deposit boxes. In fact, they were intended to magnify the hearts and minds of Everyman.
Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Ukiyo-E Woodblock Print. It is printed on [Sugihara paper], which is close to Japanese paper at the time, and reproduces the texture of the time. Size: A4 (210mm x 297mm, not including frame). International Buyers – Please Note. Thank you for your understanding. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “petramworks” and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Hosukai Katsushika Woodblock Print 36 Views of Mt. Fuji between the waves off the coast of Kanagawa, one of the 36 views of My. The waves off the coast of Kanagawa appearing like surging billows on the ocean move in a frenzy manner just like Hokusai’s passionate character. The scene full of violent motions, the contrast between the deep blue and white, the novelty of the idea- this picture is considered the masterpiece of Hosukai. In this his skillful art is perfectly expressed. Wood frame and woodblock print in excellent condition. Originating in Kyoto, Japan. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “fawill-3137″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
Japanese text / Size: 12.2cm x 18.2cm (Circa) / Title: Hyakko Bijutsu Gafu (Picture Album of Fine Arts). It could take longer depending on the. Condition is used with obvious wear, stain, spots, etc. No return is accepted. I do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as “gifts” – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. The police and the authorities. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “nosebig3″ and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Media: Woodblock print (reprint). Title: Mishima Pass in Kai Province (Kôshû Mishima-goe), from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. Condition: Very good condition, see photos and description. I’m reluctant to take it out of the frame to photograph, so I apologize for the glass glare and tree shadows. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “gaily2760″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
This is a collection of 48 prints by Hokusai Katsushika. About 43 cm long. About 31.5 cm wide. About 4.3 cm wide. List price: 22,000 yen. First published in Showa 46.07.25. First edition, second printing, Showa 50.01.30. We use high-quality Japanese paper. Out of a total of 48 sheets, up to 1 24 sheets are each carefully covered with thin paper so that they can be removed and framed. I checked the inside for listing, but it was only opened once until then, so it is in good condition. I kept it carefully in my bookcase. I didn’t see any stains or stains, but please forgive me if I missed any. The outer cover has faded a little over time. There are three scuffs on the inside cover, please see image 9. International Buyers – Please Note. Thank you for your understanding. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “ymgstore” and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.