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Trede, Melanie ; Bichler, Lorenz

Published by Taschen, Hong Kong (2009)

ISBN 10: 1435119428 ISBN 13: 9781435119420

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Item Description: Taschen, Hong Kong, 2009. Silk Over Boards. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. Some light rubbing and edgewear. Text is clean, binding shaken. Due to size, this book will require additional shipping outside the U.S. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 103238

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Ando, Hiroshige; Trede, Melanie; and Bichler, Lorenz.

Published by Barnes & Noble, Inc, [New York] (2009)

ISBN 10: 1435119428 ISBN 13: 9781435119420

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Item Description: Barnes & Noble, Inc, [New York], 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good +. Reprint. Text in English, German, and French with legend in Japanese. From the Ota Memorial Museum of Art, Tokyo. Originally published by Taschen. Hiroshige (1797-1858) was one of the last great artists in the ukiyo-e tradition. Includes numerous color illustrations as well as 120 large-scale illustrations with a description, and bibliographical references. Slight edgewear to book covers, no dustjacket, as published. Bookseller Inventory # 6071

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HiroshigeTrede, Melanie (Mitarb.) AndŨ

Published by Taschen, Köln (2015)

ISBN 10: 3836556596 ISBN 13: 9783836556590

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Item Description: Taschen, Köln, 2015. Pp. Book Condition: neuwertig und ungelesen. zahlr. Ill. (illustrator). 581 S., AndŨ, Hiroshige; Farbholzschnitt; Tokio ; Geschichte 1856-1859; Bildband; DDC-Notation 769.92 [DDC22ger]; 708.952135 [DDC22ger]; Sachgruppe(n) 760 Druckgrafik, Drucke; 060 Organisationen, Museumswissenschaft; Systematik ESK.20.Kunstwiss.4. 1399 Gramm. Bookseller Inventory # AB 602185

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Hiroshige, Ando

Published by International Trade & Tourist Association (1959)

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Item Description: International Trade & Tourist Association, 1959. Card Covers. Specially produced on the occasion of the centenary of Hiroshige's demise. Wood-cuts are by the Tokyo Association of Wood-Cut Printing Artists. Heavy cardboard covers, 8x6.5", (64 pp.), color wood-cuts, text in English and Japanese. Bookseller Inventory # 27174

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HIROSHIGE ANDO.,

Published by International Trade & Tourist Association, Tokyo, 1959 First Edition Thus. Hardback. Tokyo, 1959 (1959)

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Item Description: International Trade & Tourist Association, Tokyo, 1959 First Edition Thus. Hardback. Tokyo, 1959, 1959. 8vo. pp [60]. Original publisher's pictorial boards, lettered black on cover. Copiously illustrated in colour throughout. Text in Japanese and English. Specially produced on the occasion of the centenary of Hiroshige's demise. Faint rubbing and crinkling to covers, otherwise fine copy, in excellent, textured slip-case. Bookseller Inventory # C3043

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Item Description: Taschen, Köln 2007. Folio. 294 pages. Richly illustrated in colour. Orig. illustrated soft cover with Japanese style ties on back. In illustrated boards with Japanese ties. In cardboard box. As new. Bookseller Inventory # 621337

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Hiroshige.

Published by Köln Taschen (2007)

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Item Description: Köln Taschen, 2007. Fol. (43,5 : 35 cm). 294 S. Or.-Blockbuch in Or.-Seidenflügelmappe mit Deckel- u. Rückentitel. In drei Sprachen (dt.-engl.-französ.) kommentierte Prachtausgabe einer der berühmtesten Serien des japanischen Farbholzschnitts. 6,000 gr. Bookseller Inventory # 24791A

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Hiroshige, Ando

Published by International Trade & Tourist Association, Tokyo (1959)

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Item Description: International Trade & Tourist Association, Tokyo, 1959. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition. Octavo. 30 beautiful colored plates bound in green flexible boards enclosed in a fine Japanese paper covered slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # 32253

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Item Description: HIROSHIGE'S "FINAL MONUMENT TO HIS CAREER" OHASHI BRIDGE [Tokyo ca. 1920's, Watanabe]. An Oban color woodblock print,vertical format, sheet size: 24.6 x 38 cm., print size is:21.6 x 35.7 cm.,excellent example no issues,signed in block,red Hanko [chop/seal], reprint of the 1857 First Edition.*** *** ***. ONE OF HIROSHIGE'S MOST FAMOUS & LANDMARK ACHEIVEMENTS. THE "FINAL MONMUMENT" TO HIROSHIGE'S GREAT CAREER.SUPERB EXAMPLE AND SUBJECT:This print is one of the most desirable of all Hiroshige'sproduction of prints. Coveted by collectors for about 150years, this work commands world interest and the highest ofprices regardless where and when it appears.HIROSHIGE'S BEST COMPOSITION:This superb composition is in Lane's words: "Plebiancitizens of Edo, caught on the Great Bridge across theSumida River at Take, shielded themselves from a suddenshower. On the river a logger poles his raft and in thedistance dimly, the houses and temples of Fukagawa and Honjocan be seen." Lane continues: "Hiroshige's "Ohashi" standsas the final monument of his career and was produced only ayear before his death." See Lane below.The cartouche at the upper right reads: "ATAKE NO YUDACHI:SUDDEN SHOWER AT ATAKE." The work also has the censor's orKiwame seal at the top right margin indicated a date ofOctober 1857.***THE ARTIST: ANDO HIROSHIGE I [1797-1858]:Was the last major master of the Ukiyo-e School. In 1811 hestudied with Ukiyo-e master, Utagawa Toyohiro, from whom hereceived his "nom d'artiste" Hiroshige. His first publishedillustrated book was from 1818, during the following decadeshe published profusely. From 1831 he was greatly influencedby Hokusai and began his series of landscape prints.***WATANABE SHOZABURO REPRINT EDITION:.This is a Watanabe reprint of Hiroshige's most famous colorwoodblock color print. This is a circa 1920 excellentexample and color woodcut print faithful to the original,exact in all details. It is an exact match for the printcited in Lane, page 183, no.187, and also in the Watanabe1936 catalog. Although Watanabe did not mark, stamp orotherwise earmark the great master's Sui Generis, the paperand printing is unmistakable the product of Watanabe in the1920's-30's.WHO WAS PUBLISHER WATANABE SHOZABURO [1885-1962]:.Watanabe Shozaburo was a known maker of this kind of finereprint work. It is number 346 on pl. 62 of his catalog. Asusual, there are no Watanabe publisher's seal or indicationwhatsoever on the print. Due to the nature of the 'laid'paper, it is commensurate with his high-quality colorwoodblock reprinted works. Because it was in the 1936catalog is not an indication of date. Watanabe had beenmaking high quality reprints of famous masters' prints from1915. See Watanabe below.Watanabe was a Japanese print [woodblock] publisher and thedriving force behind the Japanese printmaking movement knownas "Shin-hanga" [New prints"] movement. Watanabe employedhighly skilled carvers and printers, and commissionedartists to design prints that combined traditional Japanesetechniques with elements of contemporary Western painting,such as perspective and shadows. Watanabe coined the termShin-hanga in 1915 to describe such prints. Charles W.Bartlett, Hashiguchi Goyo, Kawase Hasui, Yoshida Hiroshi,Kasamatsu Shiro, Torii Kotondo, Ohara Koson, TerashimaShimei, Ito Shinsui, Takahashi Shotei and Yamakawa Shuho areamong the artists whose works he published.Much of his company's stockpile of both prints and theiroriginal printing-blocks was destroyed in the Great Kantoearthquake of 1923. In the following years, new versions ofmany of these prints were created, using re-carved blocks,typically, the re-issued "post-quake" prints includedchanges and revisions in the designs. The quality was alwaysfist class, using highest quality materials and craftsmen.Watanabe exported most of his Shin-hanga prints to theUnited States and Europe due to a lack of Japanese interest.***CONDITION:This work is in excellent condition, strong color, perfectregistry, no fading. Bookseller Inventory # 36049901

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