Ukiyo-e Prints

浮世絵版画

Ukiyo-e Prints is evolving. Please return frequently to see what's been added!

      

 

 

 

 

3 PAGES OF CLICKABLE THUMBNAILS

OF

PRINTS FOR SALE

 

 

CLICK HERE TO GO TO

ANONYMOUS

thru

 KUNICHIKA

CLICK HERE TO GO TO

KUNISADA

thru

TOYOKUNI II

CLICK HERE TO GO TO

TOYOKUNI III

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YOSHIIKU

 

 

 

 

OUR NEWEST ADDITION IS

A TOYOKUNI III DIPTYCH

 

ON HOLD!

 

 

 

 

Another recent addition by

 

 

 

 

KUNIYOSHII

 

 

 

THE BEST NEWS OF ALL

 

There is an astounding new web site operated by John Resig.

If properly utilized it could bring on

A GOLDEN AGE IN THE STUDY OF JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS!

No lie. Many of you may already know of it, but for those of you who don't

it will rock your world. It will revolutionize this field of research for both dilettantes and scholars.

 

Here is the link. Go there, start exploring, and be amazed.

 

http://ukiyo-e.org/

 

 

 

 

 

 

In May 2009 we started a web log at

http://printsofjapan.wordpress.com/

 

On May 26,  2014 we started a new post,

Kuniyoshi’s Explicable and Inexplicable Motifs:

weapons, fanciful creatures and other things

 – animal, mineral and vegetable – Part One

 To see what we are doing click on the picture

of the Kuniyoshi triptych  from the Lyon Collection

seen below.

Kuniyoshi_otsue_triptych_Lyon_Collection_7

 

 

  

          

 

 

TO SEE OTHER PAGES DEVOTED TO

PARTICULAR TOPICS

WALK DOWN THE PATHWAY

 

This photo was posted at commons.wikimedia

by Günther Starnberger.

 

 

     

 

 

 

LINKS TO OUR INDEX/GLOSSARY PAGES

Click on any of the pages listed below!

 

A thru Ankō

Aoi thru Awabi

Awase thru Bl

Bo thru Da

De thru Forty-seven

Fu thru Gen

Ges thru Haimyō

Hakama thru Hikimaku

Hil thru Hor

Hoshi thru Hotaru

Hotoke thru Ichō mon

Ihai thru Iwai

J thru Kakure-gasa

Kakure-mino thru Kappa

Kara-kasa thru Ken'yakurei

Kesa thru Kodansha

Kogai thru Kushōjin

Kutsuwa thru Mok

Mom thru Nazuna

Neko thru Nusa

O thru Ri

Ro Thru Seigle

Sekichiku thru Sh

Si thru Tengai

Tengu thru Tombo

Tomoe thru Tsuzumi

U thru Yakata-bune

Yakusha thru Z

  

          

   

 

EVERY FEW MONTHS WE ADD MARKERS TO

INDICATE RECENT ADDITIONS OF BOTH TEXT AND/OR IMAGERY

 The photo of the three Easter Island like topiary heads

are from a photograph I took in the Fremont district in Seattle.

This image will be used to mark additions to this site from May thru August 2014.

The photo of the black ding lidded bowl seen above is from the collection

of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. It is incredibly rare and special and

dates from the Song dynasty in China. It was used as a marker for

additions to this site from January thru April 2014.

The photo of a poisonous yellow frog in a red flower

was used to mark new additions from

September through December 2013.

It was taken by my friend Angela.

 

On 7/9/14 we updated our entry on the publisher Tsunoi on our T to Z page.

 

On 7/8/14

we added a new publisher, Yamada-ya Shōbei, to our T to Z page.

Click on the images below to go there.

We also added it to our general publishers' page.

    

 

On 6/26/14 we added the term hinoe-muma to our Hil thru Hor  page.

 

On 6/26/14 we added a new publisher, Kawachi-ya Genshichi, to our K thru M page.

Click on the images below to go there.

We also added it to our general publishers' page.

    

 

On 6/25/14 we added a new publisher, Yamaguchi-ya Chūsuke, to our T to Z page.

Click on the images below to go there.

We also added it to our general publishers' page.

    

 

On 6/24/14 we added a new publisher, Chichibu-ya Shōzaemon, to our A thru G page.

Click on the images below to go there.

We also added it to our general publishers' page.

    

 

On 6/24/14 we added an entry on mawata on our Kutsuwa thru Mok page.

 

On 6/24/14 we started an entry on tsumugi on our Tomoe thru Tsuzumi page.

Click on the Chinese painting below to see what it is.

UPDATED 6/26/14.

 

On 6/ 10/ 14 we updated our entry on harimise on our Hakama thru Hikimaku page.

    

 

 

 

The wallpaper on this page is from a

photo taken at the Nitobe Memorial Garden

at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver,

B.C. It was shot by my good friend, Evan Black, 

in late April, 2012. He says it was the

camera, but I say it is the user.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have any questions please contact us at

jv@printsofjapan.com

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Jerry Vegder

23 Grant St. #A4

Port Townsend, Washington 98368-3072

Phone: 360-379-1641

 

 

 

 

               

 

 

Our Internet site was 10 years old on January 24, 2013.