KO Hiroshige span id caseCorrespondence_ _text Utagawa Hiroshige was one of the last great artists in the ukiyo e tradition Literally meaning pictures of the floating world ukiyo e was a parti

  • Title: KO-Hiroshige
  • Author: Collectif
  • ISBN: 3836556596
  • Page: 320
  • Format: reli
  • span id caseCorrespondence_18765869746_text Utagawa Hiroshige 1797 1858 was one of the last great artists in the ukiyo e tradition Literally meaning pictures of the floating world, ukiyo e was a particular genre of art that flourished between the 17th and 19th centuries and came to characterize the Western worlds visual idea of Japan In many ways images of hedonism, ukiyo e scenes often represented the bright lights and attractions of Edo modern day Tokyo beautiful women, actors and wrestlers, city life, and spectacular landscapes.Though he captured a variety of subjects, Hiroshige was most famous for landscapes, with a final masterpiece series known as One Hundred Famous Views of Edo 1856 1858 , which depicted various scenes of the city through the seasons, from bustling shopping streets to splendid cherry orchards.

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    • C'est un livre très complet avec énormément de reproductions de la sublime peinture (estampes) de HIROSHIGE. Se consulte avec bonheur à tout moment pour s'enfuir vers l'imaginaire et le rêve Je le considère comme un joyau.

    • belle édition pas chère d'une grande série d'Hiroshige Estampes reproduites d'une taille qui aurait mérité d'être un peu supérieure je pense.Je ne boude pas mon plaisir cependant car c'est bien fait.Les textes anglais ne sont pas complètement faciles pour qui ne possède pas la langue je pense (je parle la langue et ne me rends pas compte). Mais il faut les traduire car il y a des tas de notions passionnantes.Introduction mieux qu'un banal texte introductif à la françaisePrésenté [...]

    • C'est l'édition originale que je possède et que j'ai commentée plus tôt , cependant , la réédition , de côtes plus modestes , ne démérite vraiment pas et c'est pourquoi je reposte mon commentaire sur la 1 ère édition :"C'est l'édition originale qui est commentée ici , et que je possède :Elle est trilingue : français , allemand , anglais .Coffret en carton : 52 x 38 x 6Reliure dépliable : 45,2 x 35 x 4,7Livre lui-même : 42,6 x 34,3 x 2,8La consultation de cet ouvrage requiert un [...]

    • Cet agenda est une vraie petite merveille !!Très bien fichu, les illustrations son magnifiques !Chaque double page est composée d'une reproduction "Hiroshige" d'un côté, et d'un semainier de l'autre (du lundi au dimanche, contrairement à beaucoup d'agendas, le dimanche a autant de place que les autres jours). En haut de la page "calendrier", il y a aussi une vue du mois en cours et des 2 suivants (en général, dans les autres agenda, on a souvent que le mois en cours). Très pratique quand [...]

    • This is an absolutely gorgeous book - it comes in a case with a nice herringbone-style clasp, and the book itself is beautifully bound. The binding and the paper feel particularly appropriate for the material. I honestly can't imagine how they're selling this book for $30, since if you had asked me to guess I would have said that it costs at least $100. This makes it a great present for fans of Japanese art.My one issue with the book is nitpicky - the font they use for the case and front cover i [...]

    • Many art books are beautiful to look at, as is this one. But few also engage your sense of touch, or provide special bindings suited to the subject matter - as this book does (see below). Bestow it on an art lover and it will not be returned for credit.Ando Hiroshige’s 100 Famous Views of Edo, first edition, was published in 1859. There would be many subsequent editions. (The series actually contains 119 prints, but the “100” number was better suited for marketing purposes. Don’t want to [...]

    • This book is SO Nice! I had no idea that it was so beautiful. You open it by pulling the little closures and when you look inside it is a separate book that seems to be hand bound and the cover appears to be some kind of paper/silk. Inside, the pages are thin and delicate, but they are folded over, so essentially the pages are double thick. I can't get over how wonderful it is to handle, read, and look at. The images are stunning and the stories are wonderful. Makes an excellent gift! Buy i [...]

    • I bought this as a gift for my daughter. Her college degree was in art with a minor in Japanese. After reading the reviews on for this volume, I hoped I'd found a book that might live up to her exacting expectations. Christmas morning I learned that I'd gotten it right beyond my wildest hopes. Some of her comments: She was astounded at the quality of this volume. She felt sure this was someone's labor of love. The reproductions actually showed the wood grain of the originals, something that was [...]

    • Got this for my boyfriend for Christmas after reading the reviews. He loves all things Japanese. I broke it out of the plastic before I wrapped it so I could take a look inside. It was constructed beautifully. He got teary eyed after he opened it and skimmed through the pages. That right there deserves 5 stars.

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