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- 01/22/11--12:08: _Suzuki Harunobu (п...
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- 01/23/11--00:55: Ju Lianday (1828-1904)
- 01/23/11--02:04: Art of China-Scrolls
- 01/23/11--03:44: Yamamoto Baiitsu (Japanese, 1783–1856)-Scrolls
- 01/23/11--04:06: Anonymous Japanese Artists (2)
- 01/24/11--02:05: Art Links:Judy Drew (b.1951)
- 01/24/11--02:47: Judy Drew (2)
- 01/24/11--05:14: Gustave Baumann (Густав Бауманн) (1)
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- 01/24/11--10:27: Gustave Baumann (4)
- 01/25/11--08:05: Jan van Huysum (продолжение)
- 01/25/11--08:55: Seasons by Eugene Samuel Grasset
- 01/25/11--10:05: Louis Welden Hawkins (French, 1849-1910)
- 01/25/11--10:20: Night & Mood::Józef Mehoffer (6)
- 01/25/11--11:00: Józef Mehoffer (7)
- 01/26/11--04:10: Art Glass:Robert Mickelsen (3)
- 01/26/11--09:40: History of Art:Kaii Higashiyama (1908-1999)-1
- 01/26/11--11:25: Kaii Higashiyama (2)
- 01/27/11--05:51: Moroni Giovanni Battista (1525-1578)
Snow (Yuki), from the series Fashionable Snow, Moon and Flowers (Fûryû Setsugekka)
The Twelfth Month, from the series Popular Customs and the Poetic Immortals in the Four Seasons (Fûzoku shiki kasen)
Courtesan Watching Two Kamuro Make a Snow Dog
Twilight Snow of Hachinoki (Hachinoki no bosetsu), from the series Fashionable Eight Views of Noh Plays (Fûryû utai hakkei)
Twilight Snow of the Floss-stretching Form, from the series Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)
Three Boys with a Giant Snowball
Mitate of the potted trees (Hachi no ki), from a Nô play.
Parody of the Nô Play Hachi no Ki
Couple under an umbrella in the snow (crow and heron) Color woodcut print
Couple Sharing an Umbrella in Snow
The Heron Maiden
Young Woman Sweeping Snow
Woman Walking under an Umbrella
Young Woman in Black Coat Walking in Snow with an Umbrella
Young Woman Walking in the Snow
Woman with Snowball
The Heron Maiden (Sagi musume)
The Heron Maiden (Sagi musume); second state of the print originally titled Winter- Snowflowers (Fuyu, mutsu no hana), from the series Fahionable Flowers of the Four Seasons (Fûzoku shiki no hana)
Woman Digging for Bamboo Shoots in Snow; Parody of Meng Zong (Môsô)
Young Couple by a Gate in Snow
Two Lovers attired as Komuso
Young Man Dressed as a Komusô
Young Woman Dressed as a Komusô
Couple at a Kotatsu Reading a Letter
Couple on a Drying Platform
Couple Eloping- Parody of the Akuta River Episode in Tales of Ise (Ise monogatari)
Couple in a Boat- Parody of the Ukifune Chapter of the Tale of Genji
Couple Sharing an Umbrella
Couple Playing a Kokyû Together
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Ju Lianday (1828-1904)
Narcissus, Rock, Bees and Linghzhi
Bird and Hibiscus
Lily and pomegranate (ink and color on paper)
Gift of the Alliance of the Indianapolis Museum of Art
(во всей красе)
Narcissus, Rock, Bees and Linghzhi
Lily and pomegranate (ink and color on paper)
Bird and Hibiscus
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
After Shen Nanpin (Shen Quan) (Chinese, 1682–1758)
Cranes, Peach Tree, and Chinese Roses
Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk
Shen Nanpin (Shen Quan) (Chinese, 1682–1758) Flowers and Birds.1750
Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk
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Yamamoto Baiitsu (Japanese, 1783–1856)
Prunus in the moonlight -ink on silk (1846)
Detroit Institute of Arts
Blossoming Plum Tree-Hanging scroll; ink on silk
Japanese, Edo period, 1834
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Iris and Insect; Dragonfly and Pinks with Waterfall
Hanging scroll; ink and color on paper
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Pine, bamboo and plum
Baiitsu was an itinerant artist who came into contact with diverse artistic influences, including the work of the Chinese painter *Shen Nanpin (Shen Quan, 1682–1758), who worked in Japan from 1731 to 1733, as well as that of other Chinese painters known in Japan. Baiitsu transformed these influences into an original style of his own, which was characterized by a sensuous surface quality and serene clarity. Distinctive to his technique was his inclination to use black ink in the same manner in which colors were customarily applied-that is, not only for linear brushwork but also for soft washes. Skillfully combining these ink washes with washes of color and well-defined, sinuous contours, he contributed a lyrical, intimate vision of nature to Japanese Nanga painting.
*Shen Nanpin-пост в ЖЖ
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Insects and Grasses
Yamamoto Baiitsu (also known as Yamamoto Shinryo; Baiitsu; Baika; Gyokuzen)
(b Nagoya, 1783; d Nagoya, 1856). Japanese painter.
He was the son of a sculptor, who worked for the Owari clan.
He probably first studied with Yamamoto Ranei, a minor Kano school artist, who later switched to painting ukiyoe (‘pictures of the floating world’). It is said that another early teacher when Baiitsu was a child was Yamada Kyujo (1747–93), a prominent exponent of literati (Jap. Nanga or Bunjinga) painting in Nagoya, who died when Baiitsu was only ten years old. However, it is more likely that Baiitsu studied under Cho Gessho (1770–1832), a Shijo school painter and haikupoet who was a pupil of Kyujo. Baiitsu also claimed to have been influenced by the Nagoya artist Tanaka Totsugen (1767–1823), founder of the Yamatoe revival (Fukko Yamatoe) movement. The most formative influence on Baiitsu’s approach to painting was that of his mentor, the merchant and collector Kamiya Ten’yu (1710–1801), who also patronized other literati painters, including Nakabayashi Chikuto (1776–1853). Baiitsu studied and copied Ten’yu’s collection of Chinese paintings of the Yuan (1279–1368) to Qing (1644–1911) periods, a practice he continued throughout his career and it is that influence that has given this scroll a slightly Chinese similarity. He was also instructed by Ten'yu in Chinese painting methodology and, under his guidance, developed an interest in a variety of literati pursuits, including the collecting and connoisseurship of Chinese painting, the preparing of tea in Chinese style (sencha) and the writing of Japanese classical verse (waka) and Chinese-style poetry.
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The leather pouch-1816
A sake cup-1836
The shell screen-1798. Koban yoko-e
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*Перезагрузка с апдейтом и ссылками (из обещанного)-часть 1
Натюрморты художницы из Австралии Джуди Дрю (пастель)
©Judy Drew -Still Life (pastel on paper)
Melbourne Fine Art
Tiffany Jones Fine Art
Judy Drew was born in 1951. Her passion for the post impressionist period and the influence of Japanese art in the late 1880's, along with her creative sense of colour and form, allow Judy to create beautiful and modern work, even though Judy's work is contemporary she retains a touch of sentiment in all her pieces.
Her rich and textured pastels convey her emotion and love for this medium creating refreshing and strong compositional work, which is sensitive to the subject matter.
Judy'd love for figurative work and her sensitive portraits of the Bougainville people gained local and international attention whilst living and working on Bougainville Island in papua New Guinea from 1976 to 1984. After living in Papua New Guinea, Judy returned to Melbourne and continued to concentrate on her figurative work and still life compositions.
She studied Graphic Art at Prahran College of Art in Melbourne and has been recognized with numerous awards including the Omega Contemporary Art Prize and the Portrait Prize, Melbourne Savage Club. With sell-out exhibitions, Judy's reputation continues to soar as one of Australia's most talented and exciting female artists.
"A master of the color woodblock print"
Gustave Baumann (1881, Magdeburg, Germany - 1971, Santa Fe, New Mexico) was a printmaker and painter, and one of the leading figures of the color woodcut revival in America. His works have been shown at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, and the New Mexico Museum of Art.He is also recognized for his role in the 1930s as area coordinator of the Public Works of Art Project of the Works Progress Administration.
Museum Collections Featuring Works by Gustave Baumann
Part 1-Color woodblock prints
Green Gate Orchard
The Bishop's Apricot
Cottonwoods in Tassel
Cherry Bloom 1917
Spring - New Mexico
Old Santa Fe
Palo Verde and Ocotea- Progressive Proof - Black, Purple, Green, Rose and Yellow
Palo Verde and Ocotea- Progressive Proof - Black and Purple
In the Hills O'Brown
The Sycamore, 1920
Day of the Deer Dance
Aspen - Red River,1925
Pine and Aspen
Big Timber, Upper Pecos
Pines - Grand Cañon
Song of the Sea
At the age of 10, he moved to the United States with his family, and by age 17 he was working for an engraving house while attending night classes at the Art Institute of Chicago. He returned to Germany in 1904 to attend the Kunstgewerbe Schule in Munich where he studied wood carving and learned the techniques of wood block prints. After returning to the U.S. he began producing color woodcuts as early as 1908, earning his living as a graphic artist.
He spent time in Brown County, Indiana as a member of the Brown County Art Colony, developing his printmaking technique. He followed the traditional European method of color relief printing using oil-based inks and printing his blocks on a large press. This contrasted with the trend at the time of many American artists to employ hand rubbed woodblock prints in the Japanese traditional style. By this time he had developed his personal artist's seal: the opened palm of a hand on a heart. His Mill Pond is the largest color woodcut produced at the time. These were shown at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition where Baumann won the gold medal for color woodcut. In 1918, he headed to the Southwest to inquire into the artists' colony of Taos, New Mexico. Thinking it too crowded and too social, he boarded the train which stopped in Santa Fe. Its Museum of Fine Art had opened the previous year and its open door policy for artists appealed to Baumann.
In Santa Fe, Baumann became known as a master of woodcuts and marionette-making, also producing oils and sculpture. His work depicted southwestern landscapes, ancient Indian petroglyphs, scenes of Pueblo life, and gardens and orchards. He remained in Santa Fe for more than fifty years until his death in 1971
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Color woodblock prints (2)
Marigolds (a.k.a. Sunny Messengers) 1913
Flowers from Hillside garden
Grandma Battin's Garden
A Lilac Year ,1949 /1961
Hopi Corn,color woodblock print,1938
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cоболезнования всем пострадавшим...
Courtyard of a Spanish Mission, California (San Juan Capistrano)
tempera over graphite on brown paper
Nashville, Indiana,tempera over pencil on brown paper
Estes Park, Colorado (Mountain Lake),tempera over graphite on gray illustration board
Taos Mountain ,1922,tempera on brown paper
Grand Canyon (Cedar Tree),1920,tempera over graphite on brown paper
Grand Canyon,1921,tempera and graphite on brown wove paper
Canyon Floor,tempera and graphite on brown wove paper
Study for Mountain Gold
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По заказу (+ апдейт архива)
Эжен Самюэль Грассе (фр. Eugène Grasset; 25 мая 1845, Лозанна — 23 октября 1917, Со (О-де-Сен)) — французский и швейцарский художник, скульптор, график и иллюстратор, один из зачинателей модернизма.
La belle jardiniere
Э.Грассе родился в семье столяра. В период с 1861 по 1863 год изучал архитектуру в Высшей технической школе Цюриха. Затем работает в архитектурном бюро в Лозанне, совершает учебную поездку в Египет.
С 1871 года Э.Грассе живёт в Париже. Начиная с этого времени он работает практически во всех областях прикладного искусства — как художник и иллюстратор; он также создаёт эскизы образцов для производителей мебели и гобеленов, использует мозаику, украшает скульптурой и рельефами фасады зданий, разрабатывает новые типы ювелирных украшений, плакатов и афиш, почтовых марок и так далее. В графических произведениях Грассе чувствуется влияние творчества Гюстава Доре.
С 1890 по 1903 года Э.Грассе — профессор в художественной школе Герен и в 1905—1917 годах он — профессор в школе Эстьенн. Среди учеников Грассе следует отметить Аугусто Джакометти и Отто Эрнста. В 1891 году мастер получает французское гражданство.
В 1895 году Э.Грассе был удостоен звания рыцаря Ордена Почётного легиона. В 1911 он становится офицером ордена Почётного легиона.(Вики)
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Louis Welden Hawkins (1849–1910) was born in Germany of English parents, later taking French nationality. He was a detailed Symbolist painter.
Louis Welden Hawkins was born in Stuttgart, Germany on 1 July 1849. His mother was an Austrian Baroness, his father an Englishman. Hawkins moved soon to France and later took French nationality. Hawkins attended the Académie Julian in Paris. Hawkins rose to fame after his expositions in the Salon de la Société des Artistes Francais. His first works were shown in the Salon in 1881. After that, expositions followed at the Salon de la Société des Beaux Artes (1894–1911), the Salon de la Rose+Croix (1894–95) and La Libre Esthétque in Brussels. He spent his last years in Brittany, where he painted mostly landscapes.
Louis Welden Hawkins died on 1 May 1910 and was honoured a year later at the Salon Nationale.
After his education at the Académie Julian, Hawkins chose the path of Symbolism. Symbolism began as an artistic movement that developed from Romanticism in France in the second half of the 19th century, taking its themes of decadence, dandyism and mysticism. Symbolism was a reaction to the impressionism. Symbolist painting emphasized fantasy and imagination in their depiction of objects. Symbolist artists often used metaphors and symbols to suggest a subject and favored mystical themes. Hawkins became famous because of his fine and dreamy female portraits.
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Lost in Thought, 1905, charcoal on paper
Portrait of Helena d'Abancourt de Franqueville, 1893, charcoal on paper
Kaii Higashiyama 8 July 1908 – 6 May 1999
Kaii Higashiyama on the wharf of the hotel in Punkaharju in 1962
1908 Born on 8 July in Yokohama, Japan. Shows a keen interest in art from an early age and paints extensively in his free time.
1926 -1931 Wins scholarship to attend the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music.
1933 – 1935 Studies cultural history in Berlin.
1940 Marriage to Sumi Kawasaki, the daughter of Nihonga artist Shoko Kawasaki. The couple settle in Saginomiya, Tokyo.
1945 Drafted into the army.
1947 "Afterglow" becomes a huge success at the Japan Art Academy exhibition, prompting the artist to focus on landscape painting.
Clouded Mountain 1949
1950-1961 The "Road" signals Higashiyama’s artistic breakthrough. A highly productive decade with new works created for the palaces of Emperor Hirohito and Crown Prince Akihito
Evening Glow, 1954;Evening Tide, 1959
Twilight,1955;Daybreak ,1957(the place depicted is Tonosawa in the Hakone area)
Autumn Evening ,1959
In the Mountain, 1957;Echo, 1958
1962 -1969 Travels extensively in Scandinavia and elsewhere. Becomes a member of the Japan Art Academy. ”Tide at Daybreak” completed in 1968 for the Tokyo Imperial Palace. Awarded the Mainichi Prize. From April to September travels extensively in Germany and Austria. Receives the Order Of Cultural Merit in November.
Flowery Transformation, 1964
Dawn Tide (study) - 1968
The Year end ,1968
1970 – 1989 Paris exhibition in 1975 is the artist’s first outside of Japan, featuring his sketches for murals created for the Toshodai-ji temple in Nara. The murals, completed in 1980, depict Japanese water and mountain motifs and Chinese cities.
Karta över Skandinavien 1964
Watery Green ,1976
1990 -1999 At the age of 82, Kaii Higashiyama completes a painting for the Imperial Palace’s Homei-den Hall. In February 1992, a statue is erected in his honour at the Akashina High School in Nagano. In November of the same year the artist is awarded the UNESCO Picasso Gold Medal.
Sketch for Dawn Tide N10 ,1965-66,National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Sketch for Dawn Tide N1, color on paper
National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
The Sound of Waves (between 1971-1981
Nihonga landscape paintings
Nihonga, the traditional Japanese style of painting, has a history stretching back hundreds of years. The style developed greatly during the Edo period (1603–1868). The term was further popularised at the turn of the 20th century, when it was employed to distinguish traditional painting techniques from Western-style oil painting.
The colours used for Nihonga derive from natural minerals. Semi-precious stones, shells and other materials are brought to a high temperature and mixed with glue to create paint. By controlling the temperature, a huge variety of colours can be obtained.
Technically balanced, Nihonga is characterised by a subtlety of expression that avoids unnecessary contrasts. The use of shadows and shading and other features distinguish Nihonga from Western-style oil painting.
After World War II, there were fears that Nihonga was facing a decline. However, Kaii Higashiyama and his many iconic works are credited with having restored the art to its former place in Japanese culture.
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