Japanese Woodblock Print Ukiyoe picture Yoshiiku 1867 (Keio 3 era) Azai Nagamasa. Title: Heroes of the Great Peace, Azai Bizennokami Nagamasa. There are trimming/backing/Binding hole. There are dirt/light stain on the lower part. Number of sheet:1 sheet. Production year: Keio 3 (1867). Remarks, commentary: Asai Nagamasa. Ukiyo-e is one of the painting styles established during the Edo period. The history began with the beginning of the Edo period, and the paintings on the theme of life and fashion, prostitutes, actors, etc. Showed a surge, centered on the populace. By the way, Ukiyoe’s “Ukiyoe” is derived from “Yusei”, and people who liked to live in the trend of enjoying Edo era are said to have applied “Ukiyoe” character You are. Expression techniques are carp and woodcuts. Ukiyo-e’s expression techniques are roughly divided into two types: carp and woodcuts. Ukiyo-e began with the paintings of Hishikawa Yoshinobu, and was greatly developed by a technique called Nishie by Harunobu Suzuki et al. A vivid multi-color print using wood board, which will probably come to mind first of all. Ukiyoe and the Beginning of the Edo Period. After the Warring States period from the Azuchi and Momoyama times, Ieyasu Tokugawa, who succeeded in unification under the world, opened the Shogunate in Edo in Keicho 8 (1603). As a peaceful world visits, the lifestyles of ordinary people become better, and in Edo, townspeople are active and townsman’s culture develops. The people of Edo towns were not getting bored with the cultural heritage of Kyoto, which was once the center of culture, and they created a groundwork that spreads the arts culture to the common people, such as making a copy of the book. Until then, it was the privileged and ruling classes that had the art culture. For the first time in the history of Japan in the Edo period, the townspeople are the leaders of culture. Asia: 3-6 days(3-10 days). North/Central America, Middle East, AU, NZ: 4-6 days(5-14 days). Europe, Russia: 3-14 days(4-14 days). South America, Africa: 4-14 days(6-14 days). Please also note that the results will not be shown for some countries or region due to lack of data. All of my item is genuine item, I never sell any kind of third party item. Don’t worry about it. If you ca nt find items you re looking for. We will find any item for you. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “Japanese Woodblock Print Ukiyoe picture Yoshiiku 1867 (Keio 3 era) Azai Nagamasa” is in sale since Tuesday, June 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “japan_recommend_takumi” and is located in Tokyo. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia.
- Primary Material: Paper
- Region of Origin: Japan
- Original/Reproduction: Vintage Reproduction
- Type: Paintings, Scrolls & Prints