Nagasawa Rosetsu Wisteria Birds Original Wood Block Print Art from Japan
Nagasawa Rosetsu Horeki 4th year (1754) - June 8th, Kansei 11th year (July 10th, 1799) Woodblock print wisteria flock of birds It is a scanned image of the actual item. The actual woodblock print is much more beautiful and tasteful. Since the original woodblock print is larger than the scanner, the image is taken in two pieces, so the two pieces are connected in the center. The photo is composited in the center, but the actual work is There are no visible lines in the composite part of the central part. Also, he may have yellow streaks or spots due to the irregular reflection of the light rays during scanning, but it is actually a beautiful woodblock print. Picture Vertical 45.5 x Horizontal 16 cm A painter in the Edo period. Maruyama Okyo's senior disciple. Born in what is now Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City.
From the style of his teacher Okyo, such as composition that ignores realism It deviates, and the picture is conveyed as it is, Free-spirited and eccentric contemporary Shohaku Soga and Jakuchu Ito Along with this, he was also called ``Fantastic painter'' (by Nobuo Tsuji), ``Fantastic school'', etc. For the reprint, we will use the "original woodblock" that was published as a woodblock print at the end of the Edo period, and it will be a work handprinted by a printer in Kyoto as it was at the time. Thank you for your interest in our item! Are you looking for something similer? Please check it out by categories from "visit store"!
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- Type: woodblock print
- Artist: Nagasawa Rosetsu
- Material: Paper
- Theme: Art
- Style: Wood block prints
- Framing: No
- Handmade: Yes
- Size: 45.5 x 16cm