Early 19th-century woodblock prints of bathing testify to Japan’s old and admirable cult of cleanliness.
You could argue Japan’s love of animation comes from manga, which dates back to woodblock paintings in the 1600s.
By the 9th or 10th century, paged woodblock books replaced scrolls, and literary, historical, and herbal works were published.
This technique replaced woodblock printing after the Second World War, when American parachutes, left on the beaches of Normandy, introduced nylon fabric to France.
Art has long been held as sacred in Japan, from elegant silk-screen painting to intricate traditional woodblock prints.
This museum is devoted to Japanese advertising, from fascinating 17th-century woodblock prints to modern product-placement techniques.
By the mid-15th century, printers combined woodblock illustrations with typeset text to create easily produced, illustrated printed books.
This fab museum is devoted to Japanese advertising, from fascinating 17th-century woodblock prints to modern product-placement techniques.
Traditional Japanese theatre, from noh to kabuki, features cross-dressing performers; shunga, a genre of erotic woodblock prints, teems with all manner of sexuality.
Oak Furnitureland’s parquet brushed and glazed solid oak double wardrobe was a welcome addition to our bedroom, offering a quirky take on the classic woodblock pattern.
Apparently the stock of typeface designs, woodblock illustrations, and ornaments produced during the 16th century satisfied the needs of most printers, and additional innovation seemed unnecessary.
One early look that generated some buzz was a high-waist pair of pants knit from tan plastic and mohair worn with mint-green patent leather-covered woodblock shoes and a double-faced cashmere vest.
The above principles apply to graphic works which can be considered originals, that is to say to prints for which the artist made the original plate, cut the woodblock, worked on the stone or any other material.
Its online selection features objects from Africa, Meso-American Peru and Japan, with the latter including a fascinating series of late-19th-century color woodblock prints featuring battle scenes from the Sino-Japanese War of 1894.
Yokohama has a long artistic history: when the port city first opened to Western traders in 1859, local artists created Yokohama-e, a woodblock print genre depicting the foreign arrivals with their strange faces and exotic clothing.
Jay had reached and placed on the dining-room table the George Anderson poster, a postbellum piece printed in New Hampshire using wooden type and a large woodblock image of Anderson, who had made an art and livelihood of attenuation.
This still life is typical, and shows how his work was influenced at the time by Japanese woodblock prints (to which he was introduced by Van Gogh), most notably in the bold outlines surrounding each form that are revealed by Zoom-in.
Although Tezuka is touted as the godfather of manga, the genre’s roots run deeper, back to when woodblock print artist Katsushika Hokusai (of The Great Wave of Kanagawa fame) began his illustrative book series, the Hokusai Manga, in 1812.
Contributors to the programme include Stephen Fry, who discusses Beardsley’s illustrations for Oscar Wilde’s banned play Salome, and the illustrator Chris Riddell, who explains the influence of Japanese woodblock prints on Beardsley’s work.
Japan has a long, varied art tradition, but it is particularly celebrated for its ceramics—it has one of the oldest pottery practices in the world—and for its paintings on hanging scroll, folded screen, folding-fans, and fusuma (sliding door or walls); its calligraphy; its woodblock prints, especially those of the ukiyo-e genre (“pictures of the floating world”); its timber-frame architecture; its lacquerware; its jade carving; its textiles; and its metalwork.
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Japan has a long varied art tradition but it is particularly celebrated for its ceramics—it has one of the oldest pottery practices in the world—and for its paintings on hanging scroll folded screen folding-fans and fusuma sliding door or walls its calligraphy its woodblock prints especially those of the ukiyo-e genre pictures of the floating world its timber-frame architecture its lacquerware its jade carving its textiles and its metalwork