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2 edition of woodcuts of Naoko Matsubara found in the catalog.

woodcuts of Naoko Matsubara

Naoko Matsubara

woodcuts of Naoko Matsubara

an exhibition jointly curated by John Ruffle of the Oriental Museum University of Durham and David Barker of the Faculty of Art and Design University of Ulster for Japan Festival 1991.

by Naoko Matsubara

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Published by Japan Festival 1991 (Northern Ireland) in [Belfast] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsJapan Festival (1991)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18085195M

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Sep 09,  · Dr Clare Pollard talks to us about the remarkable career of the woodcut artist Naoko Matsubara a distinguished Japanese artist based in Canada. Japanese woodcut artist Naoko Matsubara offers an imaginative interpretation of this sartorial motif in Lifelines, an exhibition celebrating her work, currently on display at Oxford’s Ashmolean thebindyagency.com with much of her later work, Matsubara’s Tagasode print uses traditional motifs and techniques as her point of departure, and through imaginative detours and skilled distillation of her.

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Oct 08,  · Naoko Matsubara is a brilliant woodblock artist. Her powerful pictures breathe authenticity into the not quite believeable, miraculous tales. Her powerful lines and radiant colors illuminate the stories carrying them into a transendient sphere/5(2). Jun 03,  · First edition. A lovely volume of the woodcuts of Naoko Matsubara.

Thirty-two woodcuts in all appear in the volume: 31 as reproductions in the plates section and one original woodcut signed by the artist and incorporated into the bookblock before the half-title page.5/5(2).

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20 multi-colored woodcuts and other images depicting the art of woodcut prints. Also available in a Special hand-boundAuthor: Naoko Matsubara. Nov 25,  · Tibetan Sky book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. 20 multi-colored woodcuts and other images depicting the art of woodcut prints 5/5(1). Mar 31,  · Tree spirit: the woodcuts of Naoko Matsubara. Naoko Matsubara, John M. Rosenfield woodcut colour woodcut Art Gallery Ayabe bass plywood black woodcut print boss cm Collection cm LC seal cm LR Collection of Naoko colour woodcut print conversation with Gehmacher Dance featured artists Fritz Eichenberg Fukui Prefecture image gampi paper.

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Buy Kyoto Woodcuts by Naoko Matsubara (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). Over 40 dynamic woodcuts selected to showcase the remarkable career of Naoko Matsubara, a distinguished Japanese artist based in Canada. Created over fifty years, these joyful works range from black and white to vibrant colour, intimate to monumental, playful to contemplative.

thebindyagency.com?controls=0. Naoko Matsubara’s work has been the subject of countless articles and reviews; documentary films (including two from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation); and several book-length publications: notably Mokuhan: The Woodcuts of Munakata and Matsubara (text by Joan Stanley-Baker; Victoria, BC: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, ); Naoko Matsubara: Development of Artistic Style and.

In her words, “Naoko Matsubara has been pushing the boundaries of the woodblock medium for nearly 60 years. Her woodcut prints radiate joy and energy, and express the very personal vision of the artist. What a privilege to be able to showcase her work.” And what a privilege it is to see it.

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“In Praise of Hands”, a book of 22 original woodcuts of the hands series executed between andto be published by Mosaic Press. Naoko Matsubara is the author of Kyoto woodcuts / by Naoko Matsubara ; foreword by Fritz Eichenberg ; introd.

by Bunsho Jugaku ( avg rating, 3 rating Home My Books/5. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Matsubara, Naoko (illustrator). 1st. Bound in publisher's original orange cloth, spine and cover stamped in gilt. Endpapers of handmade paper incorporating several bamboo leaves. Illustrated throughout with woodcuts by Naoko Matsubara in color and black and white.

Obi strip laid in. Minor wear to extremities. Matching slipcase. Tales of Days Gone by is a selection of 17 stories from Konjaku monogatari-shu, a 12th century collection of more than tales. The stories in this selection are divided into three categories: tales of women, tales of wonder and tales of Buddhism.

They were chosen and visualized in dynamic woodcuts by Naoko Matsubara. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

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Naoko Matsubara's sister is the novelist Hisako Matsubara, they collaborated on the publication of Japanese tale Taketori Monogatari in German. Naoko did the illustrations, while her sister did the actual translation and the commentary.

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