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Ogawa, K

Published by K Ogawa, Tokyo (1893)

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About this Item: K Ogawa, Tokyo, 1893. Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Photographed by K. Ogawa, under direction of Ko-yu-kai. Fourteen of fifteen full page black and white plates printed by the Chemigraph Process. Sympathetically rebound in black patterned silk with original front cover laid on. Several pages torn, not affecting the plates, first plate has slight wrinkle. Several library stamps including one on the margin of the last plate. Seller Inventory # 30849

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Ogawa, K . (Kazumasa)

Published by K. Ogawa, Tokyo (1895)

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About this Item: K. Ogawa, Tokyo, 1895. Condition: Very Good. (10 1/2 x 14 in - 26.5 35 cm), illustrated card covers, punched holes at three points along the left (spine) edge with ribbon tie, copyrighted 1893 by C. B. Woodward, St Louis, "manufactured" by National Chemigraph Co., St Louis, 1 page preface, 17 black and white halftone ("Chemigraph") plates. Each plate with a single image and descriptive title and a paragraph of information. The plates reproduce Kazumasa Ogawa photographs of Japanese dress from the Tempei period (620-808), the Fujiwara period (880-1150) and the Ashikaga period (1350-1550). The very high quality halftone images are printed on glossy medium thickness paper. The image areas vary but generally are 6 x 8 inches. At the lower right of each image an inscription reads "Chemigraph, patented March 21, 1893." ~ Condition. The book is in Very Good++ condition. Minor soiling on the covers. There is a 2 cm tear in the right margin of the title page. Internally clean and free of faults. The book has the original ribbon tie which is rarely seen. ~~ More information, to include digital pictures available on request. ~~ Bulky book and additional postage will apply for mailing outside the US. Seller Inventory # 1895061217

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Ogawa, K., Photographer, under the direction of Ko-yu-kai

Published by K. Ogawa (1893)

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About this Item: K. Ogawa, 1893. Softcover. Condition: Very Good. K. Ogawa, Tokyo, Japan & C. B. Woodward, St. Louis, MO, Publishers; 1893, 1st edition, near fine condition; Manufactured by National Chemigraph Co., St. Louis, MO., bound in illus stiff paper with string tie; minor curling to corners of cover, else fine. Seller Inventory # 1925

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Japanese costume before the restoration [with] Military: Ogawa, K.

Ogawa, K.

Published by K. Ogawa [printed by C. B. Woodward, St. Louis], Tokyo (1893)

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About this Item: K. Ogawa [printed by C. B. Woodward, St. Louis], Tokyo, 1893. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to, pp. [4] plus 17 plates; [4] plus 15 plates; the 32 photographs by K. Ogawa, under the direction of Ko-yu-kai; original illustrated cardstock covers with original silk ties largely perished; covers lightly soiled with occasional wrinkles, very slight dampstaining, not affecting images; overall a good, complete set. Ogawa (1860-1929) was "a pivotal figure in early Japanese photography. He adapted cutting-edge Western technology in photo-printing processes to produce numberous half-tone and collotype publications which transformed the market which had previously concentrated on the more expensive souvenire albums. Ogawa's publications were also instrumental in introducing Japanese art and culture to a mass international audience. He built one of the most successful photographic businesses in late-Meiji Japan. He opened his first portrait studio in Tomioka, Gumma Prefecture, in 1877.". Seller Inventory # 30492

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About this Item: Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Illustrated. Folio. Original photographic card covers with silk ribbon ties. Published by K. Ogawa, Tokyo (C.B. Woodward, St. Louis 1893). First Edition. Illustrated with 16 high-quality half-tone black-and-white images on glossy paper, each with explanatory text. Each photo (approximately 6 by 8 inches) is “chemigraph” registered, “patented March 21, 1893.” Ogawa Kazumasa was an important early native photographer who took on the task of recording a visual history of Japan. This volume illustrates the history of “the advancement of art in Japan with regard to the costumes of her people.” Photos include “Female Dancers of the Kamakura Period,” “Nobleman of the Fujiwara Period,” “A Priest of the Zen Sect Preaching,” “The No,” etc. Together with: Military Costumes in Old Japan. Photographed by K. Ogawa under the Direction of Chitora Kawasaki of Ko-yu-kai. Illustrated. Folio. Original photographic card covers with silk ribbon ties. Published by K. Ogawa, Tokyo (C.B. Woodward, St. Louis 1893). First Edition. . Illustrated with 14 high-quality half-tone black-and-white images on glossy paper, each with explanatory text. Each photo (approximately 6 by 8 inches) is “chemigraph” registered, “patented March 21, 1893.” This volume notes the changing style of armor and military tactics from the Fujiwara epoch (10th – 12th century) through the Askikaga epoch (15th – 16th century). Photos include “A General of the Fujiwara Epoch,” “A Knight of the Kamakura Period,” “A Fighting Monk,” “A Female Warrior,” “A Warrior of the Ashikaga Period,” etc. Some slight soiling to covers; 3½-inch section missing from left front cover; o/w Fine. Seller Inventory # 6122

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