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Itchiku Kubota

Published by Tokyo Palace (1990)

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From: The Battery Books & Music (Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.)

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Item Description: Tokyo Palace, 1990. Soft cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Bright colorful text, tight binding, minimal rubbing to exterior and a faint crease to spine. Bookseller Inventory # 1558B

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KUBOTA (Itchiku).

Published by Paris. 1990. (1990)

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Item Description: Paris. 1990., 1990. In-4, borché, 134pp. Illustrations h.-t. Très bon état. Bookseller Inventory # a91112a034e11058cf91b92305d2a5ea

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Kubota, Itchiku

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Item Description: 1990. Couverture souple. Book Condition: Très bon. 10 10 90 - 18 11 90. Texte en français et en anglais.Nombreuses photos couleurs de kimonos. Quelques articles de presse insérés. Bookseller Inventory # 005168

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Itchiku Kubota

Published by Palais de Tokyo, Paris (1990)

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Item Description: Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 1990. Illustrated Paperback. Book Condition: Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. 134 pages with illustrations; text - french/english; good condition; 1,1 kg Versandgewicht; Bookseller Inventory # 017925

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Kubota, Itchiku:

Published by (Paris), Palais de Tokyo, (1990)

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Item Description: (Paris), Palais de Tokyo, 1990. Erste Ausgabe. * Schöner Katalog. Kubota entwickelte in jahrzehntelanger Arbeit eigene Techniken zur Herstellung von Seiden-Kimonos und schuf ganz unglaublich prächtige und aufwändige Werke. Grundlage ist die Tsujigahana-Technik (eine Variante der Shibori-Technik = spezielle Färbetechniken), die er in eigenen Versuchen abwandelte. Seine 80 Kimonos aus der Serie Symphony of light sind berühmt und unerreicht. Die Technik wird im Anhang beschrieben. Text französisch und englisch. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1001 4°. 134 S. Farb. ill. OKarton. Schön. Ausstellungskatalog. Mit sehr zahlreichen, ganzseitigen Farbabbildungen, darunter zahlreiche Detailaufnahmen. Mit einem Text von Kubota. Bookseller Inventory # 22050

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Itchiku Kubota - Collectif , Jean-Claude Carriere ,

Published by Palais de Tokyo (1990)

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Item Description: Palais de Tokyo, 1990. In-4, 30 cm , 134pp. , illustr. photos en couleurs hors-texte , texte francais-anglais , A1,uw , Bookseller Inventory # 42883

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Itchiku KUBOTA

Published by Palais de Tokyo (1990)

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Item Description: Palais de Tokyo, 1990. Book Condition: Etat : Très bon. Album broché. Bookseller Inventory # 506891

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KUBOTA ITCHIKU

Published by PALAIS DE TOKYO (1990)

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Item Description: PALAIS DE TOKYO, 1990. Couverture souple. Book Condition: Moyen. RO80185793: 134 Pages. Nombreuses photos en couleur dans et hors texte. Couverture contre pliée. Texte en francais et en anglais. In-4 Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon. Bookseller Inventory # RO80185793

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Itchiku Kubota

Published by Palais de Tokyo, Paris (1990)

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Item Description: Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 1990. First edition. Quarto. Softcover. From the Nijstad library with his signature. Very good. 132 Pages, illustrated throughour in full colour. Text in French and English. An interesting exhibition catalogue with a abstract paintbrush drawing in gold by the artist to the inner front cover. Itchiku Kubota (1917-2003) was a Japanese textile artist. He was most famous for reviving and modernizing a lost late-15th- to early-16th-century textile-dyeing and decorating technique called tsujigahana (literally, flowers at the crossroads). Kubota left school at age 14 to become the apprentice of Kobayashi Kiyoshi, a Tokyo kimono artist who specialized in hand-painted yuzen (a paste-resist-dyeing technique). Kubota also studied other techniques for decorating fabrics, as well as Japanese-style landscape painting and portraiture. At the age of 20, he first saw a fragment of a textile in the tsujigahana style at the Tokyo National Museum, and decided to devote his life to recreating it. Because no instructions survive that explain how to reproduce the complex decorative techniques seen in tsujigahana, and because the silk fabric necessary for its successful production (nerinuki) is no longer woven, Kubota was forced to experiment on his own for decades.In 1962, Kubota decided that there were too many technical problems surrounding his mission to recreate traditional tsujigahana. He would instead develop his own form of tsujigahana, called "Itchiku Tsujigahana," substituting a contemporary silk crepe fabric (chirimen) for nerinuki and synthetic dyes for natural colors. In 1977, when Kubota was 60 years old, he displayed his decorated kimono for the first time in an exhibition in Tokyo.Kubota's grand scheme was a series of kimonos, called Symphony of Light, that would depict the "grandeur of the universe". An exhibit presenting part of the "grandeur of the universe" Kubota Itchi was shown in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C. for 6 months in 1995 - the first time the Smithsonian presented an exhibit of a living artist. At the time of his death, he had completed 40 of his projected 80 kimono in the series. Kubota's unique vision for this series involved a decorative landscape design that flowed from kimono to kimono, resulting in a panorama of seasons and views.Kubota's son and daughter continue their father's work at the artist's studio, Itchiku Kobo, in Tokyo. (Source: Wikipedia). Bookseller Inventory # 14333

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