All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1930 item #1389310 (stock #J504)
Instructional book of Japanese painting class for elementary school students which has 20 pages of woodblock motifs. In excellent condition except for a few stains. The first half of the 20th century. 25cm x 34.5cm x 0.4mm
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1940 item #1387547 (stock #J499)
"Momoyo-gusa" which is a woodblock sample book for kimono design. It has 27 designs on 24 pages. Published in Showa 8 (1933), author Tamura Koho in Kyoto. In good condition. 19.5cm x 27.5cm x 1.8cm
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1930 item #1387546 (stock #J498)
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Design book of Japanese traditional patterns which are originally designed by Katsushika Hokusai (1760?~1849), a notable and prominent Ukiyo-e-shi. The title is "Shin-gata Kommon-cho", a new komon design book. It has a pair of two designs, which are woodblock print, black line in one page and colored in the other and each has a name. 74 patterns in a ciecle. In excellent condition. Published in Taisho 14 (1925) by Okamoto Ihei in Kyoto. 22cm x 17cm x 2cm
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1980 item #1363705 (stock #J428)
Woodblock print book titled "Cho Sen-shu" (1000 butterflies) by Kamisaka Sekka (1866~1942). He was a modern Japanese style painter and one of the first graphic and industrial designers in Japan. The book has 2 parts. It has stylized butterflies in 25 sheets in each part, so 50 sheets of woodblock prints. In excellent condition but one page has a vertical folding line in the side rim...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1970 item #1283141
Katazome Monshi (woodblock print on Japanese paper) with mingei (folk art) motifs. It was first created by Serizawa Keisuke (1927~1984) who was a textile dyeing artist and a Living National Treasure. He was inspired by Okinawan Bingata, stencil-dyeing so much that he first created stencil-dyeing paper print in 1935...