2 edition of Traditional woodblock prints of Japan found in the catalog.
Traditional woodblock prints of Japan
175 p. : illus. (part col.). -- Translation of Edo no ukiyoeshi.
|Statement||by Seiichiro Takahashi ; translated by Richard Stanley-Baker.. --|
|Series||Heibonsha survey of Japanese art , Heibonsha survey of Japanese art -- v. 22|
Traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking is a composite art form with a warmth and grace unlike any other print work. It combines the specialised knowledge of artists, printers and wood . He is widely recognized as the last great master of the ukiyo-e genre of woodblock printing and painting. He is also regarded as one of the form's greatest innovators. His career spanned two eras – the last Born: 30 April , Edo, Japan.
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Ukiyo-e Japanese. Of all the sophisticated traditional arts and crafts of Japan, woodblock prints are probably the most widely known in the West.
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