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Kogyo Tsukioka Nogaku Zue Japanese Meiji Era Woodblock Prints [21 Images]

Kogyo Tsukioka Nogaku Zue Japanese Meiji Era Woodblock Prints [21 Images]

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Nogaku Zue is a collection of woodblock prints created by the Japanese artist Kogyo Tsukioka in the late 19th century. The work consists of prints depicting various scenes from Japanese Noh theater, which is a traditional form of Japanese musical drama that has been performed for over 600 years.

The prints in Nogaku Zue are highly detailed and capture the intricate costumes, masks, and gestures that are characteristic of Noh performances. They are also notable for their use of muted colors and delicate shading, which give the images a sense of depth and realism.

Kogyo Tsukioka was one of the leading artists of the Meiji period (1868-1912), a time of rapid modernization and cultural change in Japan. He was born in 1869 in Tokyo and studied painting at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts. In addition to his work on Nogaku Zue, he is also known for his historical and mythological illustrations, as well as his depictions of everyday life in Japan.

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All images in this download have an average pixel dimension of 2550px by 3930px @300ppi in .jpg

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