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|Statement||edited by Jane K. Bledsoe.|
|Contributions||Bledsoe, Jane K., 1937-., California State University, Long Beach. University Art Museum., Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.|
|LC Classifications||NE 1325 H66 A4 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||130,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
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Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Sm.8° - pp - 53 Color Plates. Hirosada () was the most prolific Osaka-based designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints during the late Edo period. First edition, text in German language. Original boards and original slipcase.
The Book is new, the slipcase slightly sunned, in very good condition. Hirosada by Susumu Matsudaira,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Konishi (Gosôtei 五粽亭) Hirosada (小西廣貞), active c. was the central figure of mid-nineteenth century Osaka prints explored both the main lines of dramatic kabuki narratives and the more subtle emotional dialogues among the stage characters — including imaginative, interactive arrangements of figures and their expressive physiognomies — that is unusual.
Actor Ichikawa Shikō as Katō Yomoshichi from the series Tales of Retainers of Unswerving Loyalty is an ukiyo-e woodblock print by Osaka-based late Edo period print designer Gosōtei Hirosada (五粽亭廣貞) (fl.
Each of the three sheets contains a different version of the same image, reflecting progressive stages in the woodblock printing : Gosōtei Hirosada. (Keyes, Hirosada: Osaka Printmaker, UAM/CSULB p. ) Danshichi, who in the original play has tattooed himself to control his temper, runs amok, killing many people before taking his own life.
The original play is about the virtues of self control - of maintaining one’s temper. Background. Elements of this design fall within the guarded approach to Osaka printmaking following the Tenpô Reforms (Tenpô kaikaku: 天保改革), edicts that in 7/ banned actor prints in Osaka, virtually halting print production in Kamigata for five years.A gradual weakening of enforcement ensued despite reiterations in and by the government of its intention to continue the.
Konishi Hirosada (小西 廣貞) (fl. ) was the most prolific Osaka-based designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints during the late Edo most producers of kamigata-e (上方絵)—prints originating in the Osaka and Kyoto regions—he specialized in yakusha-e actor prints. Hirosada is particularly known for his diptychs and triptychs, and for his many ōkubi-e portraits of.
Hirosada was the leading artist of the Osaka School of printmaking in the mid 19th century. His favoured format was the chuban print (19 x 25 cm) and it is sometimes said that he was a commercial artist and that the smaller print size favoured advertising bills and handouts.
Hirosada’s prints are an exploration of the depth and meaning of human relationships. They are intimate and direct. Other Japanese artists had portrayed Osaka printmaker book timeless, fragile and unchanging aspects of human life.
Hirosada celebrated the separate, unrepeatable, unique, human event. (Keyes, Hirosada, Osaka Printmaker, UAM/CSULB p18). Get this from a library. Hirosada, Ōsaka printmaker: the University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, September 6-October 7,the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, October Decem an exhibition.
[Hirosada Konishi; Jane K Bledsoe; Roger S Keyes; California State University, Long Beach. University Art Museum. Konishi Hirosada (小西 廣貞) (fl. ) was the most prolific Osaka-based designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints during the late Edo most producers of kamigata-e (上方絵) —prints originating in the Osaka and Kyoto regions—he specialized in yakusha-e actor prints.
Hirosada is particularly known for his diptychs and triptychs, and for his many ōkubi-e portraits of. Konishi =Gosotei. Osaka printmaker. Pupil of Kunimasu. active Actors as the Ghost of Oiwa(probably played by Onoe Kikugoro III) and a. I am out of my depth here, in enquiring into the mechanics and mathematics of the common French Curve or Burmester Curve.
But some observations about their relationship to the work of Osaka printmaker Konishi Hirosada (ca – ) and how European artists have traditionally approached a mathematical analysis of the human form will I hope, stay just the right side of ignorant.
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Prints by the Osaka School of printmakers are also called kamigata prints or kamigata-e. They have a specific style that is different from woodblock prints made at the same period in Edo, then by far the major artistic printmaking center in Japan. The total output by Osaka printmakers like Hirosada was only a fraction of the prints produced in Edo.
Hirosada Osaka Printmaker, Long Beach Keyes Roger Keyes. The Art of Surimono. 2 voll. London Keyes Japanese Prints, Illustrated Books and Paintings. This is a Hirosada Osaka Printmaker Poster Print, Guest Curator, Roger S.
Keyes, Collection Don Dame, Chuban triptych, Mid The University Art Museum, Californa State University, Long Beach, September 6-October 7, Seller Rating: % positive.
Konishi Hirosada ()-Kataoka Gado II as Tamiya Gempachi and Nakamura Gizaemon as Horiguchi Gentazaemon Chuban diptych.
Keyes, Hirosada, Osaka Printmaker, no. Fine impression with metallic printing. Fine colour. Album backing. Hirosada (廣貞) -- -- Japanese Ukiyo-e Woodblock Prints and Paintings September A website for the sale and scholarly discussion of Osaka prints, specializing in kamigata-e, original eighteenth to twentieth century ukiyo-e (Japanese woodblock prints) from Osaka.
A book of haiku poems with one hundred two pages and thirteen colour woodblock illustrations by Nakamura Fusetsu and calligraphy by Heki Godo. Hirosada Osaka Printmaker. Konishi Hirosada was a rather prolific ukiyo-e artist of the Osaka printmaking school - specialized in the production of actor portraits and actor scenes from kabuki plays.
Biography. Little biographical data is known about Hirosada. Neither when he was born nor when he died. Comments: Family name Kyômaruya; personal name Seijiro; surnames Suzuki, Konishi, and Utagawa; lived in the Namba Shinchi district of Osaka; worked with (or studied with) Sadamasu Kunimasu (signed at least once as Kunimasu monjin ["pupil"] Hirosada on a print collaboration in for the background used in an actor print design in a series by the Edo master Utagawa Kunisada).
Konishi Hirosada ca - Ichikawa Ebizo V as the Warrior Akushichibyoe Kagekiyo from Tales of Loyalty, Bravery and Filial Devotion, Deluxe Chuban.
Click here for a detailed enlargement. This is one of Hirosadas finest designs, an outstanding essay in design, draftsmanship and colouring. This image is as beguiling and mysterious as it is skilled, really a masterpiece of ukiyo-e.
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HIROSADA # - Large Head Actor Prints - Set of 8 Chûban prints executed in intricate luxurious form on fine paper. Fine impression with gauffrage, very good colors, very good condition.
24,8 x 17,5 cm. EUR. Prints commemorating the death of an actor, artist, or musician were called shini-e ("death prints": 死絵), a term used at least by the s. An earlier term for memorial portraits was tsuizen no nishiki-e ("memorial brocade prints").
The first datable single-sheet shini-e were probably issued in the s, although ehon ("picture books") commemorating the deaths of celebrated actors. Hardcover: pages Publisher: Rizzoli; First Edition edition (Octo ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Package Dimensions: 12 x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5, in Books (See Top in Books) # in Printmaking (Books)Author: Dean J.
Schwaab. Hirosada is thought to have been the pupil of Utagawa Kunimasu and was one of the most successful printmakers from Osaka during the Edo period (). Hirosada produced scenes and portraits from Kabuki theater, whose popularity peaked during his career.
His works are known for their exceptionally expressive and dramatic style of depicting. found: nuc Author's Hirosada, Ōsaka printmaker, c (hdg. on ICIU rept.: Hirosada; usage: Hirosada) book p.
8, etc. (Konishi Hirosada, b. ; family. Hirosada, Osaka Printmaker: the University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, September 6 - October 7,the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, October 30.
From later in through the spring of the prints and book illustrations he designed in Ōsaka were signed Sadahiro. Quoted from: Hirosada: Ōsaka Printmaker by Roger Keyes,pp. **** The reading of Hirosada's name in Japanese literature on ukiyo-e is most often 歌川広貞.
Quoted from: Hirosada: Osaka Printmaker by Roger Keyes,p. Illustrated in color in a full-page reproduction in Designed for Pleasure: The World of Edo Japan in Prints and Paintings - edited by Julia Meech and Jane Oliver, p.
Like today’s posters, comic books, fan magazines and the popular press, the affordable prints of the floating world brought into the homes of urban Japanese the glamour and excitement of a way of life that they could never hope to experience for themselves.
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Hirosada was the leading artist and the most prolific of the Osaka printmaking school. He specialized in producing commissioned prints which served to promote the Ka-buki theaters that were very pop-ular in large cities like Edo (today Tokyo).
Hirosada’s depiction of leading actors with unusual expres-sions and twisted poses created a. University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, Hirosada:Osaka Printmaker, 4 Sept - 7 Oct ; Houson Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Nov - 31 Dec Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Japanese Prints Exhibition.
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