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Shunga:Erotic Art in Japan

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Автор: Rosina Buckland
Название:  Shunga:Erotic Art in Japan   (Розина Букланд: Шунга)
Издательство: Thames & Hudson
Классификация:
Восточное искусство

ISBN: 071412463X
ISBN-13(EAN): 9780714124636
ISBN: 0-7141-2463-X
ISBN-13(EAN): 978-0-7141-2463-6
Обложка/Формат: Hardback
Страницы: 176
Вес: 1.15 кг.
Дата издания: 08.11.2010
Серия: World Art
Язык: Eng
Иллюстрации: 140 colour illustrations
Размер: 250 x 256 x 22
Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade)
Подзаголовок: Erotic art in japan
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Поставляется из: Англии
Описание: Over the course of the Edo period (1600–1868), an extraordinarily large quantity of paintings, prints and illustrated books with sexual and erotic themes was produced in Japan. As urban culture expanded rapidly during the seventeenth century, erotic material was a major genre of woodblock print production. These constitute some of the finest examples of art-printing in Japan, employing deluxe materials and special printing effects. This book looks at pictures by some of the most renown artists, such as Kitagawa Utamaro and Katsushika Hokusai, who produced erotic imagery as a standard part of their work. When creating erotica, artists often played on sexual situations in everyday life: a wife catches her husband having sex with a maid, mice start copulating in imitation of humans. Erotic encounters in Edo-period woodblock prints reflect multiple perspectives – male, female, heterosexual and homosexual. Japanese erotic art is also notable for its tone of humour, much more so than in Western representations of sex. There was also frequent recourse to satire and parody, often in defiance of contemporary censorship and sumptuary regulations.
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Shunga

Автор: Clark, Timothy
Название: Shunga
ISBN: 0714124761 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780714124766
Издательство: Thames & Hudson
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Описание: Discover Japanese art like no other. Originally created by the artists of the ukiyo-e school of the floating world to advertise brothels in 17th-century Yoshiwara, these popular spring pictures (shunga) transcended class and gender in Japan for almost 300 years. These tender, humorous and brightly coloured pieces celebrate sexual pleasure in all its forms, culminating in the beautiful, yet graphic, work of iconic artists Utamaro, Hokusai and Kunisada. This catalogue of a major international exhibition aims to answer some key questions about what shunga is and why was it produced. Erotic Japanese art was heavily suppressed in Japan from the 1870s onwards as part of a process of cultural modernisation that imported many contemporary western moral values. Only in the last twenty years or so has it been possible to publish unexpurgated examples in Japan and this ground-breaking publication presents this fascinating art in its historical and cultural context for the first time. Within Japan, shunga has continued to influence modern forms of art, including manga, anime and Japanese tattoo art. Drawing on the latest scholarship and featuring over 400 images of works from major public and private collections, this landmark book sheds new light on this unique art form within Japanese social and cultural history. Shunga: sex and pleasure in Japanese art is published to accompany an exhibition at the British Museum from October 2013 to January 2014.


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