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|Auction JAPANESE PRINTS AND SOSAKU HANGA - 1265 - ending in 1 day, 3 hours, 15 minutes and 55 seconds.|
|Japanese Prints - 1264||Japanese Prints and Sosaku Hanga - 1265||Modern Japanese Prints - 1266||Christmas Special - 1267|
Start Thursday, December 18, 2014 8:00:01 PM
End Sunday, December 21, 2014 8:00:00 PM
Early Bird: 15% commission instead of 20% if you place 5 first-time bids within the first 36 hours in this auction.
This auction features many sought after prints by the Sosaku Hanga luminaries such as Koshiro Onchi, Hide Kawanishi, Unichi Hiratsuka, Senpan Maekawa. The Sosaku Hanga artists deliberately chose the self-carved, self-printed woodblock printing method for the easy distribution of their works to the public. They were "Impressionists", who wanted to express their idea, impression and feeling freely without the style and method restrictions in the long established ukiyo-e tradition of print making in Japan.
It started by the simple black and white prints published in magazines, which were circulated among the print club members and friends. They eventually established their own unique styles and methods.
Making of Japanese Woodblock Prints | Auction Catalog
"Kyoukai no aru mura" ("Village with a Church"). The print is from the series of landscapes in Switzerland. It shows the village of Lauterbrunnen.
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Traditional Tibetan Rugs
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This page is a modified reprint of a publication by Japanese printmaker Ryusei Okamoto. On these pages Mr. Ruysei Okamoto demonstrates how he makes one of his intricate woodblock prints. The artist used for the demonstration the design
Temptation from the series White Fox.
How to Make a Woodblock Print - 1st Week