Japanese prints of the XVIII-XIX century in the Nizhny Novgorod Art Museum Automatic translate
NIZHNY NOVGOROD. Nizhny Novgorod art connoisseurs had a unique opportunity to see the works of works made by Japanese artists in the main genres of Japanese engraving. Until January 30, the Nizhny Novgorod Art Museum will open an exhibition, presented under the title «Bridge over Infinity».
Employees of the art museum on the eve of New Year’s Eve presented their guests an exhibition, which included engravings made in the XVIII-XIX centuries by talented Japanese masters. The works included in the exposition are provided for participation in the exhibition by the Ural collector Oleg Malakhov from his own collection.
Visiting this exhibition, the guests of the museum will get an opportunity to get acquainted with such well-known genres of engravings as portraits of actors and scenes from performances staged in the theaters of kabuki (yakusya-e), images of battles and samurais (moussya-e), landscapes (fukey-ha), images of birds and flowers (katyo-ga).
Inspection of prints included in the exhibition, offers visitors to follow the development of styles of engraving art. The exhibition begins with the works of artists Harunobu and Utamaro, who created their masterpieces in the XVIII century. Further, there are landscapes created by craftsmen, thanks to which Japanese engraving gained worldwide fame in the second part of the XIX century.
Oleg Malakhov’s special pride is his engravings from the series «One hundred kinds of the moon», executed in 1885-1892 by the last genius of Ukiyo-e Taisho Yoshitoshi. According to the subjects of these engravings, one can study the events that took place in the medieval history of Japan. During the exhibition, the museum staff provided special days for acquaintance with the cultural Japanese traditions.
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