10 edition of Edo craftsmen found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 140-141).
|Statement||text by Thomas F. Judge ; photographs by Tomita Hiroyuki.|
|Contributions||Judge, Thomas F.|
|LC Classifications||NK1072.T65 T66 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||141 p. :|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||94027355|
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A Japanese book published inIroe Shokunin Burui depicts craftsmen in the mid Edo period ( – ). It was written by Tachibana Minko, an ukiyoe-artist from Kyoto in mid Edo Period.
The colorful illustrations in the book give us an interesting aspect of the life in Book Descriptions: Beautiful book about Japanese artisans of the past who built temples and created high quality woodcarving. Edo Craftsmen: Master Artisans of Old Tokyo by Thomas F.
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New York: Weatherhill, (OCoLC) Continued from the yesterday’s post, “Book of Craftsmen in Edo Period: Part 1 (リンク).” Iroe Shokunin Burui () by Tachibana Minko. The following images are from the reprinted version made in Taisho period ( – ).
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Author Institution: University of Kansas. Citation: Early Modern Japan: An Interdisciplinary Journal, v6 n1 (Summer ), pp. Edo Craftsmen: Master Artisans of Old Tokyo by Judge, Thomas F. and a great selection Edo craftsmen book related books, art and collectibles available now at :// SAIGA SYOKUNIN BURUI (lit “ Craftsmen's colored portrait collection “) Vol.2 34 pages, most of the pages have full-color woodcut images.
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Novelist Eisuke Ishikawa is one of Japan's leading researchers on the Edo Period. With reference to his book "The Edo Period had a Recycling Society," ("O-edo recycle jijo": published inKodansha Publishing Company) we now introduce some elements of what made this sustainable society possible for :// (♪) By the nineteenth century, Edo had grown into a city of one million people, about the same size as London and Paris at the time, and in Edo, there were over book-lending stores.
Kusazoshi publishing would not have flourished if it had not been for the spread of basic education and a growing :// Edo sashimono craftsmen, however, use only wood sourced from within Japan. Their products are made for daily use, simple and stylish, embodying the aesthetic ideal of iki, a cool, chic :// /our-lives/master-craftsman-carries-on-sashimono-tradition.
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The eastern part of Tokyo occupies land in the Kantō region that together with the modern-day Saitama Prefecture, the city of Kawasaki and the eastern part of Yokohama make up Musashi; one of the provinces under the ritsuryō system.
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The merchant class was growing in size, wealth, and power, and artists and craftsmen mobilized to answer the demands and desires of this growing segment of society. Perhaps the most well known art form that gained popularity during this period was the woodblock print, which is often referred to as ukiyo-e ://