2 edition of Jun. Sekino prints found in the catalog.
Jun. Sekino prints
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JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT, Junichiro Sekino, Forest, Lovely - $ Beautiful Japanese woodblock print, by Junichiro Sekino. Measures about 9 x 8" image size plus large margins. Still in its original folder, never framed. Lovely design, skillfully rendered. Sealed with the artist's red seal (unsigned, as were all examples of this print). Buyer to pay $20 for expedited shipping from Japan. Funny how this white cat reminds me of landscapes, and the last white cat I wrote about on this blog (also with its tail cropped at the bottom of the picture plane,) too, reminded me of landscapes. Although Arthur Rigden Read's is more stately and Junichiro Sekino's is more stormy. For this white cat I humbly offer this haiku. Willamette Street Eugene, OR [email protected] Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - pmPrice: $
The scandalous life of King Carol.
The heart of a man is a woman
We, the people
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Nationalised industries accounting policies
Play ball, Amelia Bedelia.
Reform and Intellectual Debate in Victorian England, 1830-1880
Sekino was a relative unknown then but built Jun. Sekino prints book reputation for having unique and exceptional skills in making woodblock prints of realistic portraits.
One day, a well-dressed U.S. Army officer and his wife walked through the unnamed and unpaved narrow lanes and visited him to custom-order their portraits for about ten dollars worth of yen (which.
SEKINO Jun'ichirô, artist. YUKIGUNI. Tôkyô, Privately self printed by Sekino, Shôwa 26 . x cm. #3 of copies. Bound western-style in printed boards and quarter leather, all in the original printed box. Bucolic little prints on the theme of "Snow Country".
Signed by Sekino. Fine condition. Seller Inventory # Very rare etching print "Mure kara hanarete" (Away From the Herd) is by Junichiro Sekino (). Very impressive zebra prints. The print is presently framed. Artist signature "Jun.
Sekino", edition number 11/34 in pencil on the bottom margin. Limited edition - hand signed of only 34 prints. Technique: Etching. GET IN TOUCH TO PURCHASE TITLE: Jun’ichiro Sekino: The Prints AUTHOR: Junichiro Sekino PUBLISHER: DIMENSIONS: 8 1/2 x 8 1/4 x 1/4 inches (hardcover) PAGES: TEXT: English and Japanese CONDITION: Excellent PRICE: $ SEE INSIDE BOOK HERE.
Details. This reference illustrates the best overview of Sekino’s body of work. Jun’ichiro Sekino was born on Octo in Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture, Japan, the son of an rice and fertilizer merchant.
Sekino grew up in Aomori with Shiko Munakata, who was 11 years older, and whom he followed around on sketching trips, often carrying Munakata’s tools. 53 stations of the Tokaido Unknown Binding – by Junichiro Sekino (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Sekino Jun'ichirô (関野準一郎), a leading artist in the sôsaku hanga movement, produced some of the finest portraits and figure studies in twentieth-century Japanese art. Interested in both traditional and modern art, Sekino admired ukiyo-e artists such as Tôshûsai Sharaku (active c.
), and benefitted from his associations with the modernists Munakata Shikô and Onchi Kôshirô. Jun’ichiro Sekino: A Closer Look We are proud to present a selection of nearly works by this modern master, most of which were acquired directly from the artist’s estate.
The group contains Sekino’s iconic designs such as Bungoro in the Dressing Room,Kichiemon Nakamura,and several prints from his own Tokaido Road series. JUNICHIRO SEKINO?. gPeople who built print (Hanga)"book woodblock print. The author is JUNICIRO SEKINO. The approximate title, in English.
is "People who built print (Hanga)". In Japanese it is "Hanga wo Rating: % positive. This book is one of the first catalogues produced on woodblock prints and paintings of Sekino Jun’ichiro. This reference reproduces early and late work in both color and black.
Of particular interest are images of rarely seen work predating The book’s front flyleaf is signed and sealed by the. SEKINO, JUNICHIRO Shogun Gallery - We specialize in museum-quality Japanese woodblock prints and Mogul and Persian miniature paintings Shogun Gallery specializes in museum-quality Japanese woodblock prints.
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Original signed Japanese woodblock print by Jun'ichiro Sekino (), titled Flowers and New York, 5/, This design is illustrated at plate of Jun'ichiro Sekino: The Prints, Sekino, Katsuko (ed.), Sekino is one of the leading artists of the sosaku hanga school, and was a pupil of Koshiro Onchi.
Estimate: $ - $ Description: JUN'ICHIRO SEKINO Dai oban tate-e "A Boy and His Rooster (Portrait of the Artist's Son, Junpei, Aged 12)". Numbered 12/ Pencil-signed in image lower right. Framed " x 27". Condition Report: Overall good condition with very faint toning.
Please contact Eldred''s 48 hours prior to the auction start time with condition report requests. About This Print.
A portrait of Sekino's son Yowsaku, originally created in as both an oil painting and a woodblock print (see below). Subsequently, Sekino created two additional states of the print, including this collection's print in which the background has been significantly altered from the print while the portrait remains largely unchanged, and can be considered the 3rd state.
1 "The Art of Sekino Jun'ichirō: Expressive Realism and Geometric Formalism" by John Fiorillo, appearing in Andon (The Journal of the Society for Japanese Arts), AutumnNo.
p. 1 Modern Japanese Woodblock Prints - The Early Years, Helen Merritt, University of. Jun Sekino - Rare Woodblock Book - Thoughts on "The Book of the Ghost". Very rare etching print "Mure kara hanarete" (Away From the Herd) is by Junichiro Sekino ().
Very impressive zebra prints. The print is presently framed. Artist signature "Jun. Sekino", edition number 11/34 in pencil on the bottom margin.
Limited edition - hand. Sekino Juni'chir ō is one of the major post-WWII figures in the sosaku hanga (creative print) movement. He was born in Yasukata-cho, Amori Prefecture in northern Japan inthe first son of Junz ō Sekino who owned a wholesale fertilizer store.
From an early age Sekino displayed an artistic bent and a fascination with Japanese woodblock. Mark Burkeitt 2 College Street Suite Toronto, Ontario M5G 1K3 Canada Jun’ichirō Sekino (関野準一郎, Japan, ) was a Japanese printmaker and student of the sōsaku-hanga (creative print) movement founder Kōshirō Onchi.
Sekino’s versatile work depicted a range of subject matter including abstract designs, portraits of geishas, sumo wrestlers, and kabuki actors, as well as mountains and other scenes of nature. Book, Reference Behind Paper Walls: Early Works and Portraits by Jun’ichiro Sekino Date: Item#: JSekino Condition: No condition problems to note Dimensions: 11 x 8 1/4 inches Comments: Published by Floating World Gallery, Ltd.
; the catalogue lavishly illustrates in full color over one hundred rarely seen woodblock prints and unique paintings of Sekino's most important. Artist: Sekino, Jun'ichiro, Title: Children's Tales Date: Medium: wood engraving Dimensions: 5 7/8 x 4 3/4 inches Notes: Dimensions shown.
Item # SEKINO Jun'ichirô, artist. YUKIGUNI. Tôkyô, Privately self printed by Sekino, Shôwa 26 x cm. #3 of copies. Bound western-style in printed boards and quarter leather, all in the original printed box.
Bucolic little prints on the theme. Auctions of Japanese Prints - Changes - J Zhou Changquan - born Genji Monogatari - Chapter Genji Monogatari - Chapter Genji Monogatari - Chapter Junichiro Sekino Wang Weide - geboren Wu Wanxi - geboren Tadashige Nishida - born Tuula Moilanen, born Get this from a library.
Thirty-six portrait prints by Sekino Junʼichirō: [exhibition] June 5-July 1,University of Oregon Museum of Art, Eugene, Oregon. [Robert McClain; Junʼichirō Sekino; Yoko Matsuoka McClain; University of Oregon. Museum of Art.]. Item # SÔSAKU HANGA SEKINO Jun'ichirô.
GAIYÛ DÔBUTSU HYÔ. Tôkyô Oblong western-style binding in boards, x cm. Illustrated with color woodblock prints after Sekino designs throughout. #12 of copies, signed by Sekino. © Junpei Sekino Digital Artist (Author's Profile): When Junpei Sekino was 10 years old he won first prize for the junior division in a national printmaking contest in Japan.
He now combines art and mathematics to create fractal art. from MathThematics, Book 3, Houghton Mifflin,While perusing the book Kaid ō k ō ryo, Sekino Jun'ichir ō gabunsh ū (Travels Along Highways: Illustrations and Text by Sekino Jun'ichir ō), a book published by Bijutsu Shuppansha inI noticed on p as shown below, a modified impression of this print with the title Aomori-ken Hakk ō da sanch ū (In the Hakk ō da Mountains of.
19 th, 20 th & 21 st Century Fine Prints fax web: email: [email protected] Pond of Night by Jun'ichiro Sekino. Junichiro Sekino was a Japanese printmaker best known for his portraits of kabuki actors, sumo wrestlers, and geishas.
These subjects, along with his picturesque views of mountains and forest streams, were completed in a style that merged both Western and Japanese aesthetics, drawing inspiration from the art of Sharaku and Albrecht in in Aomori City, Japan, Sekino Nationality: Japanese.
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The seller is “johnnybass10″ and is located in Scranton, Pennsylvania. And I usually use at least 3 or 4 feet or more for breakable items. Per box (book box size) will be between.
The item “s Japanese Woodblock Print Oiso, Tokaido Rd Series by Jun’Ichiro Sekino” is in sale since Friday, Janu This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. 14 Jan - Explore pcs49's board "• Sekino Jun'ichiro - PRINTMAKER", which is followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Woodblock print, Japanese art and Printmaking pins. You are bidding on an EXTRA LARGE, very beautiful, and special original Japanese woodblock print “ Shimata Typhoon ” BEARING THE ORIGINAL “JUN SEKINO” WATERMARK, and signed by theFamous Taisho/Showa Shin Hanga woodblock print artist Junichiro Sekino () made in Showa Era.
Members such as Gen Yamaguchi (–) and Jun'ichirō Sekino (–) discussed subjects of prints. The American connoisseurs Ernst Hacker, William Hartnett and Oliver Statler also attended. The First Thursday Collection (一木集, Ichimoku-shū), a collection.
Sekino, Jun'ichirô ( - ) Hakone, from the series Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido - Shin Tôkaidô Gojusan Tsugi no Uchi, published between and Paper size: x cm; printed on "Jun Sekino" watermarked paper.
Signed with pencil, artist's seal.Koshiro Onchi with Katô Tarô, Jun’ichiro Sekino, Suihara Masami, Yamaguchi Gen.
Hakubutsu-Fu. Katô Tarô, Jun’ichiro Sekino, Suihara Masami, Yamaguchi Gen. Illustrated book with twenty-five woodcuts. page (each): 4 3⁄16 x 5 3⁄8” ( x cm); overall (closed): 4 13⁄16 x 5 11⁄16 x 13⁄16” ( x x cm). Ichimokukai. Various Printers.
Monroe Wheeler Fund.-) Sekino Jun’ichiro (Japan, Aomori, - Cat on the Roof, century, Color woodblock print Cat on the Roof Sekino Jun’ichirō (Japan, Japan, century Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image: 17 x 10 in.
Paper: 19 x 12 in. x cm) Gift of the Jeffrey and Elizabeth Holbrook Family Japanese Art.