Taguchi Tomoki Woodblock I Poster
148,00 zł – 391,00 zł
The poster features a vintage original woodblock print from the series “Yatsuo no tsubaki” by Taguchi Tomoki, created between 1860 and 1869. Executed with traditional Japanese techniques, the print embodies the artistry and cultural significance of the era. The poster invites viewers to admire the intricate details, vibrant colors, and historical value of this captivating vintage woodblock print.
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The poster showcases a vintage original woodblock print from the renowned series “Yatsuo no tsubaki” created by Taguchi Tomoki between 1860 and 1869. The print, executed using traditional Japanese woodblock printing techniques, exemplifies the mastery and artistry of the era. The composition captures a scene from “Yatsuo no tsubaki” with its intricate details, vibrant colors, and delicate lines, transporting viewers to a bygone era.
The vintage woodblock print represents a significant historical and cultural artifact, offering a glimpse into the artistry and craftsmanship of traditional Japanese printmaking. The poster serves as a window to the past, showcasing the enduring beauty and cultural significance of these intricate prints. Each element, meticulously carved and carefully inked, contributes to the overall richness and visual impact of the artwork.
The poster invites viewers to appreciate the time-honored techniques and aesthetics of Japanese woodblock printing. It offers an opportunity to immerse oneself in the delicate beauty and narrative captured within the print, fostering a connection to Japanese art history. The vintage woodblock print from “Yatsuo no tsubaki” stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of Taguchi Tomoki and his contribution to the world of printmaking.
This poster serves as a remarkable homage to the artistry of the past, celebrating the craftsmanship and cultural heritage preserved within the vintage woodblock print from “Yatsuo no tsubaki.” It is a visual testament to the mastery of Taguchi Tomoki and an invitation to embrace the elegance and allure of traditional Japanese printmaking.
70×100, 61×91, 50×70, A2, 40×50, A3, 30×40