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Japanese Prints in Transition

14.500 Ft
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In 1868, Japan underwent a dramatic transformation following the overthrow of the shogun by supporters of Emperor Meiji, marking the end of feudal military rule and ushering in a new era of government that promoted modernizing the country and interacting with other nations. Japanese print culture, which had flourished for more than a century with the production of color woodcuts (the so-called ukiyo-e, or “floating world” images), also changed course during the Meiji era (1868–1912), as societal changes and the once-isolationist country’s new global engagement provided a wealth of new subjects for artists to capture. Featuring selections from the renowned Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts’ permanent collection, Japanese Prints in Transition: From the Floating World to the Modern World documents the shift from delicately colored ukiyo-e depictions of actors, courtesans, and scenic views to brightly colored images of Western architecture, modern military warfare, technology (railroad trains, steam-powered ships, telegraph lines), and Victorian fashions and customs.
Szállítási díj: 1.500 Ft
Várható szállítás: 2024. március 05.

Paraméterek

ISBN 9781951836986
Borító Hardcover
Kiadás éve 2023
Kiadó Harry N. Abrams
Méret ‎ 21,34 x 2,16 x 24,26 cm
Múzeumi kollekciók Hopp Ferenc Múzeum
Nyelv English
Oldalszám és illusztrációk 169 pages, illustrated in colour throughout
Szerző Rhiannon Paget, Karin Breuer, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (Creator)