Ukiyo-e (pronounced uu-kee-yo-eh) or " pictures of the floating world, " is a genre of Japanese woodblock prints and paintings produced by the culture that bloomed in the urban centres of Edo (modern-day Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto) during the relatively peaceful Shogunate period between 1600 and 1867. The kimono print for this journal was originally a woodblock print created by an art publisher print with meticulously reproduced enlargements of small details taken from the artwork of the greatest artists of the Edo period, ...

Genji: Mini 2007, Paperblanks

ISBN-13: 9781551568133

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