Original sosaku hanga 創作版画 (creative woodblock print) - Hashimoto Okiie 橋本興家 (1899-1993) - 'Dairoku Tsukiyo Shirasagijō' 第六 月夜 白鷺城 (No 6: Moonlight at White Heron [Himeji] Castle) - Japan - ca 1950s
Born in Yazu, Tottori Prefecture. Graduated from Tottori Normal School in 1920 (Taisho 9) and became a primary school instruction. In 1921, he entered Tokyo Art School Normal Course. At this time,Hiratsuka Unichi (平塚運一) taught me woodblock printing. After graduating from the school in 1924, it became the teaching theory of Toyama Prefectural Women's Normal School and the prefectural high school girl who was attached to it. In November 1925 (Taisho 14), he moved to Tokyo as a teacher of Tokyo Prefectural Daiichi Kojo (now Tokyo Metropolitan Hakuoh High School), and taught at the same school until he retired in 1931.
He also produced prints and won the first prize at the 12th Kokugakai Exhibition in 1937 at "Nagoya Castle" and "Osaka Castle". He also exhibited at the 6th Japan Print Association Exhibition in the same year, and continues to exhibit at both exhibitions. In 1938, she was selected for the 2nd Shinbun Exhibition at "Roshiro Kojo". "Furushiro early spring" for the 3rd Shinbun exhibition in 1939 (Showa 14), "Kiyoaki Furujo" for the service celebration exhibition in 2940 AD 1940, "Ninomaru Tsunaga" for the 15th Kokugakai exhibition, Showa 16 In 1941, exhibited "Summer Scenic Castle" at the 4th New Bun Exhibition, "Spring Castle" at the 16th Kokugakai Exhibition, and "Kushiro Matsuyama" at the 6th New Bun Exhibition in 1943. 1944: Published the book collection "Japanese Castle" (written by Hidetoshi Kishida and published by Kato Print Research Institute) in 1944.
- Sosaku hanga original 創作 版画 (grabado creativo en madera)
- Impresión en madera policromada
- ca 1950
- Región / País de origen
- Artista / Creador
- Hashimoto Okiie 橋本興家 (1899-1993)
- Título de la obra de arte
- 'Dairoku Tsukiyo Shirasagijō' 第六 月夜 白鷺城 (No 6: Moonlight at White Heron [Himeji] Castle)
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- 328×425×0 mm