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prints of Isoda Koryūsai

Allen Hockley

prints of Isoda Koryūsai

floating world culture and its consumers in eighteenth-century Japan

by Allen Hockley

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Published by University of Washington Press in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Isoda, Koryūsai, -- fl. 1764-1788,
  • Ukiyoe -- Collectors and collecting -- Japan -- History -- 18th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 301-309) and index.

    StatementAllen Hockley.
    ContributionsIsoda, Koryūsai, fl. 1764-1788.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNE1325.I78 A4 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination313 p., [8] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages313
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15550453M
    ISBN 100295983019
    LC Control Number2002035783
    OCLC/WorldCa50644027

    This publication offers the reader a ravishing selection of erotic prints ("shunga") by the first full-color woodblock-print masters: Suzuki Harunobu (c. ) and Isoda Koryûsai (act. c. ). It is based on a private collection of prints of remarkable quality, their radiant colors perfectly preserved by the albums in which they were kept. Isoda, Koryūsai, active , artist Created / Published [ca. ].

    The prints of Isoda Koryūsai: floating world culture and its consumers in eighteenth-century Japan by Allen Hockley (Book) 1 edition published in in English . Prints. New acquisitions General Shunga-New acquisitions Archived. Paintings. Archived. Books and albums. Illustrated books Painting albums Archived. Objects. Ceramics Bronzes Lacquer Cloisonn Isoda Koryūsai () SOLD: Hokucho (active in Osaka from ) SOLD.

    30 juil. - Isoda Koryūsai (Japanese, –). Lovers, Edo period (). Japan. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, (JP). Yet, with a little imagination, one can picture this print as it once must looked. **** Two short quotes from Allan Hockley's book on Koryūsai are worth mentioning here. "Most extant hashira-e, moreover, are faded, blackened, and stained, indicating extensive exposure to light, soot, smoke, and the general wear and tear of continuous use.".


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Prints of Isoda Koryūsai by Allen Hockley Download PDF EPUB FB2

The ukiyo-e artist Isoda Koryusai produced thousands of designs between anda crucial period in the evolution of the print tradition, and was honored with the imperial title of hokkyo, yet he has been long neglected by scholars.

Allen Hockley has identified more than 2, designs of wide-ranging formats and themes, demonstrating that Koryusai broadened the treatment of traditional. REFERENCES: 1. The Japanese Pillar Print: Hashira-e, by Jacob Pins, Robert G.

Sawers Publishing,p.ill. # 2. Chats on Japanese Prints, by Arthur D Ficke,p. "He [Koryūsai] is the supreme master of the pillar print; no one else has produced so many fine ones, and practically all his finest work is in this form In one print (Pl), he dashes the intense black line.

Page from a printed book Koryūsai mid 18th-late 18th century. Explore connections. National Museum of Asian Art Washington, DC, United States. Details. Title: Page from a printed book; Creator: Artist: Isoda Koryusai; Date Created: mid 18th-late 18th century; Location: Woodblock print Created around the same time.

Print Visually similar. Hockley's decision to address the prints of Isoda Koryūsai () (although nearly paintings and over 50 illustrated books are attributed to him) has an old-fashioned ring too: recent work on "pictures of the floating world" (ukiyo-e), of which Koryūsai is a prime exemplar, has sought to dismantle the wall between prints and : Timon Screech.

Artist: Isoda Koryūsai (Japanese, –ca. ) Date: –78 Medium: Woodblock print; ink and color on paper Accession: JP On view in: Not on view The Courtesan Sayoginu of the Yotsumeya Brothel, from the series “A Pattern Book of the Year’s First Designs, Fresh as Spring Herbs” (Hinagata wakana hatsu moyō).

Artist: Isoda Koryūsai (Japanese, –ca. ) Date: ca. Medium: Woodblock print; ink and color on paper Accession: JP On view in: Not on view The Courtesan Hitomachi of the Tsutaya Brothel, from the series “A Pat-tern Book of the Year’s First Designs, Fresh as Spring Herbs” (“Hinagata wakana no hatsu moyō”).

He was also a prolific designer of pillar prints, and illustrator of books and erotic series. Koryūsai's first paintings date from the early An'ei era (), before the fashion for wide 'lantern-locks' (tōrō bin) arrived in Edo from the Kansei region c.

and together with Utagawa Toyoharu he is the grandest and most prolific. Japanese Woodblock prints by Isoda Koryusai. 1, prints found. Viewing prints 1 to Description: Koryusai Isoda (Japanese )- Seven Lucky Gods in a Treasure Ship- woodblock in color, mounted to support sheet, may have been trimmed.

26 1/8 x 4 3/4'' together with 19th c. Japanese School- Mannen Bridge; Takada Fuji-san; Goji-in-gahara- 3 woodblocks in color, appear to have been removed off bound book as each work.

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Isoda Koryusai. Isoda, Koryūsai, activeartist Created / Published [between and ]. This publication offers the reader a ravishing selection of erotic prints ("shunga") by the first full-color woodblock-print masters: Suzuki Harunobu (c.

) and Isoda Kory{sai (act. It is based on a private collection of prints of remarkable quality, their radiant colors perfectly preserved by the albums in which they were kept. Japanese erotic prints: shunga by Harunobu & Koryūsai.

[Inge Klompmakers; Harunobu Suzuki; Koryūsai Isoda] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search Koryūsai Isoda; Harunobu Suzuki: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: 鈴木, 春信() 磯田. Get this from a library.

The prints of Isoda Koryūsai: floating world culture and its consumers in eighteenth-century Japan. [Allen Hockley; Koryūsai Isoda] -- The ukiyo-e artist Isoda Koryusai produced thousands of designs between anda crucial period in the evolution of the print tradition, and was honored with the imperial title of hokkyo, yet.

The ukiyo-e print master Harunobu died inand about that time Koryūsai began making prints in a similar style of life in the pleasure districts. Koryūsai was a prolific designer of individual prints and print series,[1] most of which appeared between and Isoda Koryusai.

; Other names used: Isoda Masakatsu, Shobei, Haruhiro, Koryusai; ukiyo-e painter; printmaker, illustrator. Born a samurai in the service of the lord of Tsuchiya. Relinquished his rank to become an ukiyo-e artist; moved to Edo; much influenced by Harunobu's technique; his output of prints and book illustrations is enormous.

Isoda, Koryūsai, activeartist Created / Published [ or ]. Isoda Koryūsai - Painting the Eyes on a Snow Rabbit - - Metropolitan Museum of 2, × 3,; MB Japan Ukiyo-é Painting La courtisane Utahimé de la maison Matsubaya Isodai Koryusai ().jpg × 1,; KB.

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Allen Hockley’s long-awaited monograph on Isoda Koryūsai (–90) is a welcome addition to the literature on Japan’s eighteenth-century print culture. Not only does he focus on one of the too-long neglected masters of the period, he also presents a fine analysis of some of Koryūsai’s major themes as well as his best-known series of single prints, Models for Fashion: New Designs as.

The courtesam Harukatsu accompanied by Daikichi and Shokichi, her Kamuro. Serie: Hinagata wakana no hatsu moyo. (A Pattern Book: First Designs for Yo.Medium: 1 orihon-bound book; woodblock printed; ink and color on paper; paper covers Historical Period: Edo period Credit Line: Purchase — The Gerhard Pulverer Collection, Museum funds, Friends of the Freer and Sackler Galleries and the Harold P.

Stern Memorial fund in appreciation of Jeffrey P. Cunard and his exemplary service to the.Young Man and Child with a Kite, early-mid s. Isoda Koryūsai (Japanese, –).

Color woodblock print; sheet: x cm (27 7/8 x 4 13/16 in.). The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wade Kite-flying is a popular sport in .