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ID VenueThames & Hudson
Start Datesestdiena, 2050. gada 1. janvārī
End Dateotrdiena, 2999. gada 1. janvārī
NameJaponisme - The Japanese Influence on Western Art Since1858
DescriptionThe impact of Japan on Western art was as immediate and almost as cataclysmic as the influence of the West on Japanese life. After Commodore Perry opened Japan’s door to the outside world in 1858, a wealth of visual information from the superb Japanese traditions of ceramics, metalwork, architecture, print-making and painting reached the West and brought with it electrifying new ideas of composition, colour and design. One has only to see a celebrated painting by Monet, Degas or Van Gogh, a print by Lautrec or Vallotton, an Art Nouveau glass vase or a lacquered hair comb side by side with its Japanese source to see how these ideas have inspired European artists. Japanese conventions of symbolism underlie the use of decorative motifs in European Symbolism and Art Nouveau, and the Zen idea of spontaneity is the ultimate source of both the apparently capricious shapes of Art Nouveau ware and the development of an abstract ‘calligraphy’ in Abstract Expressionism. 30.00 x 26.40 cm Paperback with flaps 432pp 1105 Illustrations, 243 in colour First published 1999
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AuthorSiegfried Wichmann Translated by Mary Whittall
Year1999
PublisherThames & Hudson
ISBN9780500281635
URLhttp://www.thamesandhudson.com/Japonisme/9780500281635
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