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SOTATSU   ULAK, JAMES T.

SOTATSU

295x255 352 страниц. 2015 год.
Smithsonian Institution
Sotatsu is a beautifully designed volume celebrating the influential early seventeenth-century Japanese painter Tawaraya Sotatsu. This book, the first Western survey of this important artist, accompanies the Smithsonian's Arthur M. Sackler Gallery exhibition of the same name. Tawaraya Sotatsu was a commoner who introduced traditional Japanese themes and subjects, formerly the sole purview of the aristocracy, to broader audiences. He painted these nationalistic images using a bold, expressive new design style. This characteristic style was further developed and enhanced when he founded the historic Rinpa school with calligrapher Hon'ami Koetsu; Rinpa works are marked by dramatic, stylized renderings of traditional Japanese themes. Essays by leading scholars from the United States and Japan focus on Sotatsu's well-known works; his collaboration with Koetsu; his varied roles as shopkeeper, compiler, and court painter; and his influence over other artists,...
 
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