5 edition of The making of a Japanese print. found in the catalog.
|Statement||With an introd. by Reiko Chiba.|
|Contributions||Suzuki, Harunobu, 1725?-1770.|
|LC Classifications||NE1310 .T8 Delta|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||59014277|
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An important book by a member of the famous Yoshida print- making family. With a preface by Oliver Statler. Some artist represented are: Hiroshige, Moronobu, Sharaku, Yamaguchi and Azechi.5/5(3).
The making of a Japanese print. Harunobu’s ‘‘Heron maid’’. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company. Note: With many thanks to my brother Michel for giving me this book. Its complete contents can be viewed here. Covey, Sylvie (). Modern Printmaking.
A Guide to Traditional and Digital Techniques. From there, the books should be more detailed until the scholarly texts are easy to read. I would recommend "The Art of Japanese Prints" by Nigel Cawthorne as a delightful first book on Japanese prints. Much information and terminology (i.e. all the proper terms for Japanese prints: surimona, hashira-e, kacho ya, bijin-ga, /5(7).
This book is a lavishly presented celebration of the classic Japanese art of woodblock prints. Through the 18th and 19th centuries this form dominated visual art in Japan and remains today as a major influence on the graphic a short introduction to the history and technique of this art form, the book features a stunning collection of beautifully reproduced/5.