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woodcut

[′wu̇d‚kət]
(graphic arts)
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It is pertinent to mention here that the Embassy of Japan organized a five-day workshop for teaching the techniques of making Japanese Woodblock Print in May this year at the Nomad Art Gallery.
Have students choose one or two images on which to base a drawing or woodblock print. When work is completed, have students cut out the image and use the class collection to create a mural.
OBSERVE tea-taking in enchanting gardens, witness great battles by sumo and samurai and be charmed by Japanese beauties at Tatton's exhibition of images from traditional woodblock prints.
Mary Cassatt (1844-1926) one of the first and finest impressionists, an American who spent most of her life in France, was also among the first artists to collect woodblock prints. She was especially impressed with the works of Utamaro and Toyokuni.
Creating a woodblock print required coordination between the artist, the carver, and the printer.
Kuma's recent buildings (for instance the Woodblock Print Museum in Bato, AR October 2001) show him to be especially skilled at reinterpreting the austere tenets of traditional Japanese architecture in a lucid, modern way, so he might not seem like an obvious choice to promulgate the joys of luxurious excess; but the outcome is both distinctive and enigmatic.
More than 200 images of early maps of Japan from UC's East Asian Library Japanese Historical Map Collection, including examples of some especially rare woodblock print maps of the city of Edo (now Tokyo), are represented in the online collection found at http://www.davidrumsey.com/japan.
At first glance, this piece could be a three-dimensional version of a traditional Japanese woodblock print. It showed a nightscape with snow falling and a poised human form that, though solitary, was central to the scene.
After the woodblock print A Woman Comingfrom under the Mosquito Netting and Lighting Her Pipe
The woodblock print is his speciality and you would say that he follows in the tradition of Thomas Bewick except he works on a much grander scale to depict fish, birds, mammals and insects.
William Seltzer Rice (June 23, 1873-August 27, 1963) was an American woodblock print artist and art educator associated with the Arts and Crafts Movement in California.
Dubai: Art pieces by one of Japan's leading woodblock print artists, Tadashi Nakayama, have been brought to the shores of Dubai for the first time in a three-day private preview at the Emirates Tower Hotel.