Very good condition, see description
|Total nr of items:||2|
|Object:||woodblock prints books; both in very good condition|
|Period:||19th century artists|
|Region/ Country of origin:||Japan|
|Artist/ Maker:||Hiroshige by Matthi Forrer; Prestel Munich New York; 1997 hard cover and Yoshitoshi; Eric van den|
|Condition:||Very good condition, see description|
woodblock prints books; both in very good condition (2) - Hiroshige by Matthi Forrer; Prestel Munich New York; 1997 hard cover and Yoshitoshi; Eric van den - 19th century artists
2 very nice books explaining the art of ukyo-e of 2 great masters
Hiroshige and Yoshitoshi
Hiroshige’s prints continue to convey the beauty of Japan and provide insight into the everyday life of its citizens. The appeal of his tender, lyrical landscapes was not restricted to the Japanese audience. Hiroshige’s work had a profound influence on the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists of Europe.
Yoshitoshi’s prints are known for their eerie and imaginative component. He worked in a Japan undergoing rapid change, straddling the domains of the old, feudal systems and the new, modern world. From ghost stories to folktales, graphic violence to the gentle glow of the moon, Yoshitoshi not only offers compositional and technical brilliance, but also unfettered passion. (courtesy of Ronin gallery)
Both books in very good/ excellent condition;
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