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TAKAYAMA Tatsuo. Tatsuo Takayama (1992)



TAKAYAMA Tatsuo. Tatsuo Takayama. Tokyo: Asia Press & Sandy Hook: Shorewood, 1992. First ed., association copy.OUT OF STOCK

Description — 4to (29 x 26 x 2.5 cm), 214 p., 1.5 kg.
Cloth binding, pict. dj, color reproductions, 3 fold-outs. Text in English: Foreword by INOUE Yasushi, Introduction by IWASAKI Yoshikazu, Afterword by TAKAYAMA Tatsuo. The copy belonged to the Ambassador of Paraguay in Japan then, H.E. Dr. Fernando B. COSTANTINI (laid in: a copy of a typed letter of the President of the United Nations Association of Japan, KOSAKA Zentaro, to the former).

Condition — x

ReviewTatsuo TAKAYAMA (1912-2007) is a renowned Japanese painter and is best known for his nihonga (Japanese paintings) and the renewal of the genre — particularly of colors, under the influence of Gauguin — he initiated. He was also a talented engraver and draftsman. At the sight of some of his figures and landscapes, the reader would probably remember Odilon Redon more than Gauguin. A beautiful artbook, finely crafted and edited.

Misc. — Table of Contents:

Avant-propos — INOUE Yasushi
Introduction — IWASAKI Yoshikazu

Paintings with Figures
Landscapes
Animals and Plants
Lithographs, Etchings, and Sketches

Afterword — TAKAYAMA Tatsuo
Biography
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