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Japanese Photogravure Art 1919 Lot 6 Art Schools by Various - First Edition - 1919 - from The Franklin Bookstore (SKU: 4849)

Japanese Photogravure Art 1919 Lot 6 Art Schools

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Japanese Photogravure Art 1919 Lot 6 Art Schools

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6 Original 1919 Japanese art prints of Ukiyoye School 1919 Very Good Condition, 7" x 9.5" tall, on cream paper, vintage early photogravure art print about 100 years old -- not a modern reproduction Special Loose Pictures from The Mentor Journal - Japanese Painting - 6 - prepared by the Editorial Staff of the Mentor Association Volume 7 # 18, Serial No. 190 1919. on Six Different Japanese Art Schools

#1. Yamato-Tosa School. Group on Temple Steps detail of a Roll-Painting by Fujiwara Nobuzane, Flight of the Court , detail of Roll-Painting by Sumiyosh Keion

#2. Landscape, By Kano Maranobu, Waterfall, by Kano Tanyu. The Kano School was founded by Kano Masanobu (1493-1490) and was carried on by his son, Kano Motonobu (1476-1559). It was a period when connoisseurship in Japanese art reached a very high point and noted art critics, such as So-ami, Shingei and Shin-no, laid down the principles of Japanses art criticism.

#3. Jurojin, The Spirit of Longevity. Sesshu stands forth as the greatest painter of the whole Ashikaga or Higashiyama Period (1333-1574) in Japanese estimation. His art is almost entirely subjective..

#4. Maize, Magnolia and Icho Screen, by Honnami Koyetsu, Two Panels of a Flower Screen, by Tawaraya Sotatsu, Flower Panel By Ogata Korin. The Koyetsu-Korin School, more commonly called the Korin School, developed along extraordinary original decorative lines. Honnami Koyetsu was the founder of the school and Ogata Korin was its best know exponent.

#5. ​4 photogravure art prints of Ukiyoye School - The Lady and Cherry Tree in Blossom by Katsushika Hokusai, Ladies in Garden by Kubo Shunman, Yeddo Belle by Miyagawa Choshun, Hill of Kioannon on the Kisokaido by Ichiryusai Hiroshige

#6. The Tigress by Kishi Chikudo was exhibited at the World's Fair in Chicago in 1893. The Ganku School was founded by Kishi Ganku (1745-1834).

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Seller
The Franklin Bookstore US (US)
Seller's Inventory #
4849
Title
Japanese Photogravure Art 1919 Lot 6 Art Schools
Author
Various
Illustrator
Sumiyosh Keion, Kishi Chikudo, Kano Maranobu, Sesshu, Kubo Shunman, Honnami Koyetsu, etc
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity-available
1
Publisher
The Mentor Journal
Date Published
1919
Bookseller catalogs
Art;
Size
7

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About The Franklin Bookstore

The Franklin Bookstore began in 1996 by Robert & Ruth Lynn in Humboldt, Tennessee. Retiring from the Navy and a business career and always a history buff, Robert and Ruth opened the business of selling and dealing with rare books, magazines and newspapers. Many items were acquired from other rare books dealers from across the country. The Franklin Bookstore continues with his offspring mindful to keep the high ethical business examples that Dad established. We feel honored to be associated with such a virtual history of the printed word, inherently beautiful and fascinating artifacts of our cultural past. Every item we offer is guaranteed to be absolutely genuine and as described. A large part of the inventory is periodicals that date from the Revolutionary War to World War II and into the 21 century.

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