Hirosada, Ōsaka printmaker

the University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, September 6-October 7, 1984, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, October 30-December 31, 1984 : an exhibition by Hirosada

Publisher: University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach in [Long Beach, Calif.]

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Bibliography: p. [132]

Statementorganized by the University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach ; guest curator, Roger S. Keyes ; edited by Jane K. Bledsoe
ContributionsBledsoe, Jane K., 1937-, Keyes, Roger S, California State University, Long Beach. University Art Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The Physical Object
Pagination130, [2] p. :
Number of Pages130
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16209346M
ISBN 100936270225

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Hirosada () was the most prolific Osaka-based designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints during the late Edo period. First edition, text in German language. Original boards and original slipcase. Konishi (Gosôtei 五粽亭) Hirosada (小西廣貞), active c.

was the central figure of mid-nineteenth century Osaka printmaking. His prints explored both the main lines of dramatic kabuki narratives and the more subtle emotional dialogues among the stage characters — including imaginative, interactive arrangements of figures and their expressive physiognomies — that is unusual in.

From later in through the spring of the prints and book illustrations he designed in Ōsaka were signed Sadahiro. Quoted from: Hirosada: Ōsaka Printmaker by Roger Keyes,pp. **** The reading of Hirosada's name in Japanese literature on ukiyo-e is most often 歌川広貞. This is a Hirosada Osaka Printmaker Poster Print, Guest Curator, Roger S.

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Little biographical data is known about Hirosada. In the Dictionary of Japanese Artists by Lawrence P. Roberts, Hirosada is mentioned as a pupil of Kunimasu Utagawa and with the dates of fl.

Hirosada's original artist name was Sadahiro. Outstanding Printmaker of the Osaka School. Konishi Hirosada (小西 廣貞) (fl. ) was the most prolific Osaka -based designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints during the late Edo period. Like most producers of kamigata-e (上方絵) —prints originating in the Osaka and Kyoto regions—he specialized in yakusha-e actor prints.

May 6, - Art works by Japanese woodblock printmaker Hirosada Utagawa active ca. Hirosada started as a pupil of Kunimasu Utagawa. He was one of the masters of the Osaka School. His favorite subjects were Kabuki scenes and Kabuki actors. He is possibly the same artist as Sadahiro Utagawa. Biography at See more ideas about 20 pins.

Konishi Hirosada (ca - ) Nakamura Utaemon IV, Deluxe Chuban. The large head portraits of Osaka kabuki actors by the woodblock artist Konishi Hirosada are among the best prints of the nineteenth century.

Two or three things jump out of these prints which immediately differentiate them from their near neighbours in Edo pins. Hirosada II, also known as Sadahiro II, was a designer of ukiyo-e Japanese woodblock prints in was a student of Konishi Hirosada, and assumed the name “Hirosada” inwhen his teacher ceased designing the summer ofHirosada I died and his student changed his name, for a second time, from “Hirosada” (廣貞) to “Sadahiro” (貞廣).

Actor Ichikawa Shikō as Katō Yomoshichi from the series Tales of Retainers of Unswerving Loyalty is an ukiyo-e woodblock print by Osaka-based late Edo period print designer Gosōtei Hirosada (五粽亭廣貞) (fl. Each of the three sheets contains a different version of the same image, reflecting progressive stages in the woodblock printing : Gosōtei Hirosada.

Recorded as a pupil of Kunimasu on prints published 6 /, 8 /, and 8 / in Edo (Keyes, R., Hirosada Ōsaka Printmaker, Fig and Tsubouchi Memorial Theatre Museum of Waseda University, collection numbers and ).

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[Hirosada Konishi; Jane K Bledsoe; Roger S Keyes; California State University, Long Beach. University Art Museum. Keyes, R., Hirosada Ōsaka Printmaker, p 4.

Among the first prints published in the post-reform period are four vertical hosoban (c. 38 x 17 cm.) prints signed Sadahiro (see Schwaab, D.J., Osaka Prints, pl.and Mita Arts catalo pl. The majority of the Osaka prints you will find on today's art market are by Hirosada.

He was the most prolific of the Osaka printmakers. But not even the precise year of his birth and death are know - circa He preferred the small chuban print format for his portraits of kabuki actors. Hirosada Osaka Printmaker. Long Beach. University Art Museum.

Edited by Jane K. Bledsoe. Colour and black and white images throughout, pp + 1 page bibliography, oblong paperback trifle shelf worn but generally very good. x 28cm. found: nuc Author's Hirosada, Ōsaka printmaker, c (hdg.

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Keyes says this print was published by Meikōdō. **** As note above the Ikeda Bunko identifies this image as coming from the play Natsumatsuri Naniwa Kagami. Hirosada [Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, ca] Guide to pictures of works by Hirosada in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. The most important — and prolific — Osaka print designer of the post-Tenpô period, coincident with the relaxation of the ban on actor prints [part of the Tenpô kaikaku] and the replacement of the ôban with the chûban sheet as the dominant format in kamigata-e; produced many successful okubi-e single sheets and polyptychs in the.

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