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DeVonyar and Kendall proceeded from the premise that Degas admired Japanese prints - he owned many - and adapted some of their compositional devices. They emphasize a conjunction that's obvious when you see his images and those of such Japanese masters as Hiroshige and Utamaro juxtaposed, as they are here. Degas and Japanese artists were interested in similar subjects, most involving women (dancers, laundresses), various aspects of the theater (cafe concerts, Kabuki), and women bathing or dressing their hair. Throughout the exhibition's seven thematic sections, works by Degas and various Japanese artists are displayed side by side, or in close proximity. The contributions from each side aren't equivalent, though; there are roughly twice as many Japanese prints as there are prints, drawings and paintings by Degas. Nor does the show attempt to demonstrate conclusively that any single work by him derived directly from a particular Japanese print, which would be difficult to achieve.
The series titled Fugaku Sanju Rokkei (Thirty Six Views of Mount Fuji) is undoubtedly the better known work by Hokusai and of all Japanese woodblock print. The re-edition presented here was published by Tamamizawa, in the tewntieth century. Despite its name the series comprises 46 prints, shown in the order presented by Richard Lane (see Bibliography ). Click on images to enlarge. Kanagawa-oki nami-ura Gaifu kaisei Sanka haku-u Fukagawa Mannen-bashi Toto sundai Aoyama enza-no-matsu
AGGV Collection Database The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria has an extensive permanent collection of more than 17,000 works that reflects three main areas: our extensive Asian art holdings include the most comprehensive collection of Japanese art in Canada; our historical collections feature Canadian and international works; and our contemporary art collection features national and international artists, with a particular commitment to Canadian artists and those from BC and the local regions. With more than 12,000 images, ARTBase is the public access point to the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria's rich collection. Create your own galleries with selections from our permanent collection, and share your galleries with other visitors.
Spanning cultures from Turkey to India and China to the Philippines through 6,000 years, the collection provides a panorama of Asian art and culture. Included are over 18,000 objects ranging from tiny jades to monumental sculptures. Superb paintings, porcelains, arms and armor, furniture, textiles, and bronzes are featured. Many of the finest objects in the museum’s collection were donated by Chicago industrialist Avery Brundage in the 1960s.
Detail, The Late Shah Jahan Album: Humayun Seated in a Landscape. More about this object. The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery contain some of the most important holdings of Asian art in the world.
36 Views of Mt. Fuji Recarved Edition Hokusai Katsushika, 1760-1849 copyright protected
At Fuji Arts, we post and sell more Japanese prints daily than any company in the world. You'll find extensive new daily listings, active daily auctions, and excellent fixed price purchasing opportunities. We strive to offer a beautiful selection of Japanese woodblock prints and Japanese decorative art at affordable prices ; providing quality and value in the world of Japanese prints and decorative art. So please join us! Sit back and explore over 200 years of Japanese prints. You've come to a special place- you're at Fuji Arts!
I am soooo excited about this one. Please do try it, especially you journal artists. It is a lot more fun than you'd think to manipulate images of yourself. Although I make stencils a lot, it had never occurred to me to do a self-portrait until I read Randi Feuerhelm-Watts' brilliant book, Wide Open . If you don't have her book, go get it today . So many inspiring ideas!
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S'il est vrai qu'un petit dessin vaut lui aussi mieux qu'un long discours, que dire alors de ceux qui ornent les vilains murs de nos villes et les rendent supportables. Levez les yeux, scrutez les recoins, les palissades, les immeubles en attente de démolition : insolents, ironiques, amicaux, agressifs, les pochoirs et autres graffitis vous interpellent. Dali à beaubourg… et sur les manches à air Alors que l’exposition Dali au Centre Pompidou s’achève sur trois journées non-stop (vendredi 22 mars à 11 heures, ouverture exceptionnelle de l’exposition Dali en continu 24 heures sur 24 jusqu’au lundi 25 mars à minuit), l’artiste de rue Hopare salue l’événement à sa manière avec un bel hommage au peintre catalancatalan sur les manches à air de Beaubourg.