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Hiroshige Fan Prints (Far Eastern Series) e-book

Author:

Rupert Faulkner

Language:

English

Category:

Photo

Subcategory:

History & Criticism

ePub size:

1886 kb

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Victoria & Albert Museum; First Edition edition (May 1, 2001)

Pages:

160

ISBN:

0810965763

Hiroshige Fan Prints (Far Eastern Series) e-book

by Rupert Faulkner


Masterpieces of Japanese Prints: Ukiyo-e from the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Masterpieces of Japanese Prints: Ukiyo-e from the Victoria and Albert Museum. Victoria and Albert Museum, Rupert Faulkner, Richard J. Lane.

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858), a leading artist of the popular ukiyo-e school, created many of the most familiar .

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858), a leading artist of the popular ukiyo-e school, created many of the most familiar images of pre-modern Japan. Considerably more rare are his designs for fan prints or uchiwa-e, and the remarkable group in the V&A, published here in their entirety for the first time,is the largest known holding of its kind in the world. Assembled between 1886 and 1919, the collection offers fascinating insights into a relatively uncharted but compelling dimension of Hiroshige's achievement.

Hiroshige fan prints. Victoria and Albert Museum. Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858), one of Japan's most respected artists, was first introduced to Western readers by Edward F. Strange in The Colour Prints of Hiroshige in 1925. Since then, many Western. Tam incelemeyi okuyun. Hiroshige Fan Prints Far Eastern series Victoria & Albert Museum Far Eastern series.

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Victoria and Albert Museum. Uniform Title: Far Eastern series. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. Rubrics: Color prints, Japanese Edo period, 1600-1868 Catalogs Fans Japan History 19th century Prints England London. Download now Hiroshige fan prints Rupert Faulkner. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. A native of Edo, the large and bustling urban centre that subsequently became the.

RUPERT FAULKNER is Deputy Curator in the Far Eastern Department of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, where he has .

RUPERT FAULKNER is Deputy Curator in the Far Eastern Department of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, where he has particular responsibility for the collections of Japanese art. Born in Yokohama in 1955 and subsequently educated in Britain, he graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in Japanese studies. He is currently engaged in the publication of a book on the V&A's collection of ukiyo-e fan prints by Utagawa Hiroshige and a project to examine the relationship between Japanese food culture and the ceramic traditions of Seto and Mino. RICHARD LANE is a leading American scholar of Japanese prints.

No Japanese artist is more famous or more beloved than the 19th-century master of ukiyo-e woodblock prints, Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858). Yet one important dimension of his work has never received the attention it merits-the fan print. This exquisitely illustrated volume celebrates the outstanding collection of Hiroshige fan prints at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the largest known holding of its kind in the world.

Published here in its entirety for the first time, the Hiroshige collection at the V&A consists of 126 vivid and varied fan prints, all of which are remarkable for their vibrant colors and striking design. Depicting courtesans in gorgeous costumes, domestic architecture, and rural scenes with flowers and birds, the prints offer compelling insights into Japanese life. Hiroshige's rich, poetic works are as captivating today as when they were first created; they will delight collectors, students of Japanese culture, and all lovers of Japanese art.

Mavivasa
This book is really nice. It is not as large of a format as it might be, but that actually makes it nicer to hold and look through. The many reproductions are very good and adequately large and the descriptions are interesting and helpful. Maps are included indicating the geographic locations of the various images around Edo and in the provinces.
Malak
Modestly sized in comparison to most books on Japanese woodblock prints and relatively modest in its scope, "Hiroshige's Fan Prints" could easily be overlooked. But this book--another gem in the Victoria & Albert's series on its Japanese art collection--is worth both a second look and a prized place in your library. The book has beautiful reproductions of more than 125 color prints that the artist Hiroshige created in the nineteenth-century for mounting on the stiff "uchiwa" fans used in the summer months. The text reflects the careful research and clear writing of Rupert Faulkner, the assistant curator of the V&A's Japanese collection. Each text entry provides a richly detailed-mix of information about the artistic quality, substantive symbolism, and literary allusions (where applicable) of each print reproduced. The identification of censor, dating, and publishing seals and a frank assessment of which pieces are likely restrikes provide an added bonus: guideposts for any collector of "ukiyoe" prints who seeks to develop an educated eye for quality and authenticity.
Cae
If you are interested in Japanese woodblock prints or collect fans then you MUST buy this book. The Victoria and Albert Museum in London (V&A) holds the world's largest collection of Hiroshige fan prints (126 prints).
All the prints in the museum's collection are reproduced in full colour in this book. Where the prints have been identified in a series, they are shown in that order in the book, and also in date and subject order.
This book has been long overdue for both people interested in Hiroshige and for fan collectors, and what we have here is a both a gorgeous book, and a great source of knowlege and for reference.
Ubranzac
I never received this book due to an error inavailability on the seller"s part.

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