1 edition of Catalog of wood-block prints by the Yoshida family found in the catalog.
Catalog of wood-block prints by the Yoshida family
|Statement||Yoshida Studio ; American tour sponsored by Japan Society, Inc.|
|Contributions||Yoshida Studio (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan), Japan Society (New York, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 89/05792 (N)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||89832423|
Mr. Yoshida was one of the most important woodblock printmakers of the 20th century, running a workshop for many years in which hired carvers and printers worked on the making of his prints. These men were top professionals, and Mr. Yoshida describes their work in detail in this book. *** REFERENCES: YOSHIDA, Hiroshi.: JAPANESE WOOD-BLOCK PRINTING, on p Yoshida states of this print # "medium size, 12 blocks used, 60 impressions used to produce. * OGURA, Tadao. et al.: THE COMPLETE WOODBLOCK PRINTS OF YOSHIDA HIROSHI, no. , illustrated on p, he uses the same print numbers as Yoshida book above. * RICCAR ART.
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The majority of the Japanese woodblock prints in the museum’s collection are from a genre called ukiyo-e, which means, “pictures of the floating world.” The genre was produced between the seventeenth and the late nineteenth centuries and features motifs of landscapes, the theater, and city life. The collection was formed from two major gifts. Click here Continue reading Japanese. - Explore KollerAsianArt's board "Hodaka Yoshida" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Woodblock print, Prints and Art pins.
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A Catalog of Wood-Block Prints By The Yoshida Family on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book is a comprehensive introduction for those new to Yoshida's work, and a valuable aid to the sophisticated print collector.
Excellent color reproductions of woodblock prints plus 20 works in other media shine in a generous and uncluttered format /5(29). The Complete Woodblock Prints Of Yoshida Hiroshi Paperback – January 1, See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Tokyo: Riccar Art Museum, Paperback. Very Good. Item # 10" x ". Unpaginated. First complete catalog of the artist's work; essays by his two sons, works listed, profusely illustrated in black and white and color; parallel texts in Japanese and English, chronological table and bibliography.
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Japanese Wood-Block Printing. Exhibition of the Wood-Block Prints by Hiroshi Yoshida Paperback – January 1, by Hiroshi Yoshida (Author, Illustrator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — Manufacturer: Riccar Art Museum.
*** A treatise by the famous father of the Yoshida painting and print making family depicting the methodology of color woodblock printing, discussing the tools & Author: YOSHIDA, Hiroshi.
Toshi Yoshida Japanese Woodblock Prints 吉田 遠志. Visit the Toshi Yoshida woodblock prints for sale page for details on how to buy prints. HIROSHI YOSHIDA Shogun Gallery - We specialize in museum-quality Japanese woodblock prints and Mogul and Persian miniature paintings Shogun Gallery specializes in museum-quality Japanese woodblock prints.
The Rubiyat Collection offers Mogul and Persian miniature paintings. This long-awaited new reprint of the Complete Prints of Yoshida Hiroshi beautifully illustrates woodblock prints and 20 of his oil paintings, watercolors and sketches. With his deep understanding of Eastern and Western art, he brought contemporary Japanese woodblock prints to a new standard and level of international recognition/5.
Of all the sophisticated traditional arts and crafts of Japan, woodblock prints are probably the most widely known in the West. The bold yet refined compositions are as fresh to the Western eye today as they were when they first came to the attention of the Impressionists in the nineteenth century.
With their fluid lines, intricate carving and delicate colors, Japanese prints are still as 5/5(1). The Sacred Garden in Meiji Shrine was Yoshida's first woodblock print. It was produced as a scroll in the dimensions of x cm - x inches, commissioned by the Meiji Shrine Support Association and published by Shozaburo Watanabe.
It was produced and sold in 3, copies. : JAPANESE WOOD-BLOCK PRINTING.: Tokyo , Sanseido. Brown raw silk, very good, p., 12 color woodcuts plates +26 b.w. photos,appendix of his prints & number of blocks, impressions used, English text, with the actual color woodblock print samples tipped in.
R A R E. *** A treatise by the famous father of the Yoshida painting and print making family depicting the. JAPANESE WOOD-BLOCK PRINTING. by YOSHIDA, Hiroshi. Tokyo , Sanseido. Brown raw silk, very good, p., 12 color woodcuts plates +26 b.w.
photos,appendix of his prints & number of blocks, impressions used, English text, with the actual color woodblock print samples tipped in. R A R E A treatise by the famous father of the Yoshida painting and print making family depicting the Author: YOSHIDA, Hiroshi.
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Sold. THE YOSHIDA FAMILY OF WOODBLOCK ARTISTS. YOSHIDA, HIROSHI. HIROSHI YOSHIDA was born in and lived until and began his artistic life a a painter moving to woodblock prints in the first quarter of the s.
He quickly became a leading figure in the Shin Hanga movement of the time and created a number of woodblock prints in this style. Sep 8, - Explore heather_bickel's board "Hiroshi Yoshida & Woodblock Prints", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Woodblock print, Hiroshi yoshida and Japanese painting pins. Description: A woman stands outside of a restaurant at night in the dim light of paper lanterns in this woodblock print.
Hiroshi Yoshida () was a Japanese artist specializing in a special style of woodblock print making known as "shin-hanga". Unlike many of the other 20th century Japanese artists who made these prints, Hiroshi is known for his interest in producing images from all.
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