Kisō no zufu: Karakuri, Jakuchū, kazari (Japanese Edition) ePub download
by Nobuo Tsuji
- ISBN: 4582286038
- ISBN13: 978-4582286038
- ePub: 1884 kb | FB2: 1407 kb
- Language: Japanese
- Category: Foreign Language Study & Reference
- Publisher: Heibonsha; Shohan edition (1989)
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Nobuo Tsuji has introduced to art historical discourse the concept of kazari, the indigenous word for the will to decorate. For him, it involves not just the physical adornment of an object, but also the transformation of an object or space into something ing that can put its viewers into contact with the transcendent. Fantasy and surprise are important parts of the kazari aesthetic, as are asymmetry, exaggeration, stylization, and improvisation. Unlike Chinese artisans, the Japanese have not restricted themselves to a fixed set of authoritative or auspicious motifs such.
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Itō Jakuchū (伊藤 若冲, 2 March 1716 – 27 October 1800) was a Japanese painter of the mid-Edo period when Japan had closed its doors to the outside world. Many of his paintings concern traditionally Japanese subjects, particularly chickens and other birds. Many of his otherwise traditional works display a great degree of experimentation with perspective, and with other very modern stylistic elements.
Tsuji Kakō (1870 in Kyoto – 1931) was a Japanese painter, trained by Kōno Bairei both in the Maruyama and Shijō schools of painting. His Zen training, which he started in 1899, influenced much of his painting style and led to his name being associated with the unconventional. Tsuji Kakō became one of the leading figures of the Shijō and Maruyama movements, with Takeuchi Seihō, Kikuchi Hōbun, Taniguchi Kōkyō and Yamamoto Shunkyo.
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