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Tsujigahana

Toshiko ItoМ„

Tsujigahana

the flower of Japanese textile art.

by Toshiko ItoМ„

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Published by Serindia Publications in London (10 Parkfields, SW15 6NH) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tie-dying.

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of, Tsujigahanazome.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK9503
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(202)p.
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18672832M
    ISBN 100906026091

    "Tsujigahana: The Flower of Japanese Textile Art" by Toshiko Ito. First Edition. Clothbound Hardcover with original dust jacket. Condition-New. pages, numerous color plates. "In this book, not only is the beauty of tsujigahana spectacularly reproduced for those making their first acquaintance with the subject, but a Japanese scholar at. Itchiku Kubota, () is considered to be one of the most important Japanese textile artists of the 20th century. He was inspired to create his artistic kimono using Tsujigahana, a long lost 17th century technique he spent 30 years re-inventing. By combining his own vision with the techniques of Tsujigahana, he created "Itchiku Tsujigahana".

    "Tsujigahana: The Flower of Japanese Textile Art" by Toshiko Ito. First Edition. Clothbound Hardcover with original dust jacket. Condition-New. pages, numerous color plates. "In this book, not only is the beauty of tsujigahana spectacularly reproduced for those making their first acquaintance with the subject, but a Japanese scholar at the leading edge of research casts a penetrating. Itchiku Tsujigahana Itchiku Kubota Itchiku Tsujigahana, Co., Ltd. Kitazawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan Living Water Ernest Braun & David Cavagnaro American West Publishing Company Palo Alto, California Love Thyself – The Message from Water III Masaru Emoto HADO Kyoikusha, East side bldg. 1F, , Yanagibashi, Taito-ku.

    Kubota is credited with reviving and modernizing the nearly forgotten year old textile technique of Tsujigahana. The exhibit includes 48 nearly 7 foot Kimonos. Some of stand alone pieces. Some are series that are meant to be shown together. There is also part of Kubota's amazing Symphony of Light. Although only 36 are shown, the complete. Tsujigahana combines shibori (tied-resist) dyeing with hand-painted motifs, usually flowers. Kubota took this method to jaw-dropping heights – so much so that his work is my personal inspiration. If I can make something as beautiful as his “Symphony of Light” kimono, I’ll consider my life a success.


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Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. Features the art of tsujigahana dyeing of kimonos, a lost art since early in the Edo Period. This is the catalog for the exhibition at Cal State Fullerton.

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This book is one of the very few available in English on the topic of tsujigahana, a textile decoration technique which was practiced and perfected in 16th century Japan.

If you are interested in the development of Japanese garment design, shibori dye resist, or textile history, you will find this book an invaluable addition to your library.4/5(3).

He was most famous for reviving and modernizing a lost lateth- to earlyth-century textile-dyeing and decorating technique called tsujigahana (literally, flowers at the crossroads). Kubota left school at age 14 to become the apprentice of Kobayashi Kiyoshi, a Tokyo kimono artist who specialized in hand-painted yuzen (a paste-resist-dyeing.

FIRST EDITION - - SCARCE BOOK - - Tsujigahana, The Flower of Japanese Textile Art,hardcover, pages, color plates, original dust jacket, cloth bound, LIKE NEW - - ONE PROBLEM - - my loving mother believed in signing the cover of the book like a gift card; SORRY.

VALUE NOTE - - 5/5(76). Print book: English: 1st standard edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Tie-dyeing -- Japan. Textile fabrics -- Japan -- Themes, motives. Textile fabrics -- Themes, motives. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items.

This lavishly illustrated book showcases fifty-five masterworks by Japanese kimono artist Itchiku Kubota (). Initially determined to unlock the secrets of dyed and painted Japanese textiles of the fourteenth to early seventeenth centuries, Kubota ultimately invented a unique method of decoration.

His work combines stitch-resist and ink drawing with a complex layering of color to. Itchiku Kubota: Kimono in the ''Tsujigahana'' Tradition: Exhibition Catalog (Paperback) by.

Dextra Frankel Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Batik and Tie Dye Techniques (Paperback) by. Nancy Belfer (shelved 1 time as shibori).

Tsujigahana is a type of shibori (tie-dying) technique that employs both drawing and foil impressions. The process begins with drawing the desired pattern on the white fabric, tying the fabric, and finally dyeing it. After the dyeing, the tied areas are released, revealing the white patterns, which are accented by.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kawakami, Shigeki. Tsujigahana. Kyōto-shi: Kyōto Shoin, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Tsujigahana, The Flower Of Japanese Textile Art book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(2). The Kubota Itchiku museum is actually an artist’s paradise. It was built by the artist Kubota Itchiku () himself and showcases his priceless creations.

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The son of an antique dealer in Tokyo, Kubota was apprenticed to a yuzen dyer inwhere he learned how to combine stenciling, paste resist and hand painting. Book at Tsujigahana Message from Merchant お席のご指定につきましては、ご要望に添えない場合もございますので、予めご了承ください。. LONDON, Sept.

28, /PRNewswire/ The Kubota Collection today announces that Itchiku Kubota's unique work features in a new book by Cas Holmes, one of the UK's most renowned textile artists. Buy Itchiku Kubota, kimono in the Tsujigahana tradition = [Kubota Ichiku, Tsujigahanazome no dento ni yoru kimono]: [catalog of the exhibition]: March 7 through ApThe Art Gallery, Visual Arts Canter, California State University, Fullerton by Itchiku Kubota, Fullerton.

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These textiles are works of art and this book shows them off in, all their glory. The fashion models assume, perhaps, too mannered a pose, but the fabrics they wear are exquisite. The photographs include several double fold-outs. There is an enligtening explanation of tsujigahana and an illustrated section showing how the material is dyed.Itchiku Kubota (久保田 一竹, Kubota Itchiku) (–) was a Japanese textile artist.

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