Art of Japan: Wood-block Color Prints
Art around the World introduces children to different cultures by examining the arts of each. Complete with full-color reproductions of the art, each book in this deeply researched collection discusses the cultural traditions behind the art, how the art was made, the geography and resources of the area, and the lifestyles of the people. Supports the national curriculum standards Culture; Time, Continuity, and Change; individual Development and Identity; and Global Connections as outlined by the National Council for the Social Studies.
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How Prints Were Made
Bird and Flower Prints
Art Institute beautiful birds and flowers block of wood boats Boy Water Vendor brush and ink career Children of Edo Clarence Buckingham Collection color crest daimyo drama Edo period famous fireworks Fudenoumi and Miyagino Fuji at Dawn Geisha Greg Williams Hiroshige's Institute of Chicago Japan Japanese prints Kabuki actors Kabuki plays kabuki prints kacho-ga print Katsukawa Shunsho Katsushika Hokusai Kawatsura Hogen kimono landscape prints Match between Fudenoumi Metropolitan Museum Minamoto Shigeyuki Executing multicolored print Museum of Art Nakamura Theater Nijigadake Somaemon Okumura Masanobu painting portraits of women print showing printmakers Red Fuji Rights Reserved Sadobo Samisen samurai Sawmura Yodogoro scenes Selling Picture Books Shigeyuki Executing Calligraphy shogun show Mount Fuji Shower over Atake Store Selling Picture Stork and Bamboo striking makeup style sumo wrestlers Suzuki Harunobu Tokaido Tokyo Torii Kiyonaga travelers ukiyo-e artists Ukiyo-e prints Utagawa Kunisada Utagawa Kuniyasi Vincent van Gogh Wave off Kanagawa woman wood-block print wrestling