Woodblock print (reprint), Published by Yuyudo - Kitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806) - 'A cormorant, snowy heron and Japanese poem' - From the series "Momo chidori" - Heisei period (1989-2019)
This book consists of 15 pieces in total.
This picture book is called ”Momochidori”. 15 prints introducing many kinds of birds with Japanese poem of thirty‐one syllables.
On the right side of the woodblock is a cormorant and Japanese poem of thirty‐one syllables.
This Japanese poem come from a Noh song " cormorant fishing."
On the left side of the woodblock is a snowy heron and Japanese poem of thirty‐one syllables.
A direct translation of this poem means that “a glib snowy heron is worse than a crow that makes rumors after meeting”.
Kitagawa Utamaro is famous painter. He sharply elicited the various psychology of women by finely drawing subtle facial expressions and finger gestures created by women's eyes and nose.
Carver: Maeda Kentaro
Printer: Ito Taro
- Publicado por Yuyudo, Xilografía (reimpresión)
- Período Heisei (1989-2019)
- Región / País de origen
- Artista / Creador
- Kitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806)
- Tema / representación
- Título de la obra de arte
- 'A cormorant, snowy heron and Japanese poem' - From the series "Momo chidori"
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- 277×407×0 mm