Ukiyo-e to Shin hanga: the art of Japanese woodblock prints

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This book tells the full story of Japanese printmaking, both single-sheet prints and illustrated books and albums from the Edo through the Meiji and Taishō periods. [2e hands]

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Ukiyo-e to Shin hanga is a beautiful and unique work of reference that will inform and give pleasure to its readers, specialists and general readers alike. It tells the full story of Japanese printmaking, both single-sheet prints and illustrated books and albums from the Edo through the Meiji and Taishō periods.

Special features of the book include: the complex processes of printmaking; boxed features on surimono, sumo, and Ōsaka prints; and more than 200 color plates and black and white photographs.

Auteur Amy Reigle Newland, Chris Uhlenbeck  
Uitgever Magna Books  
Taal Engels  
Staat
Minimale gebruikssporen  
Jaar van uitgave 1990  
Afmetingen 27.0 x 37,0 cm  
Kenmerken Hardcover, 256 pagina's, meer dan 200 kleuren en zwart-wit illustraties  
ISBN 9781854220394