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Shimura, Fukumi: Iro o kanaderu.

The music of color / Shimura Fukumi ; photography by Inoue Takao ; translated by Matt Treyvaud.

Shimura, Fukumi, 1924- (författare)
Inoue, Takao, 1940- (fotograf)
Treyvaud, Matt (översättare)

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  • Shimura, Fukumi: Essays. Selections.
  • Shimura, Fukumi: Lives of plants.
ISBN 9784866580616
First English edition.
Publicerad: Tokyo, Japan : Japan Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture, 2019
Copyright: ©2017
Engelska 141 pages, 16 unnumbered leaves of plates
Serie: Japan library
  • Bok
Innehållsförteckning Sammanfattning Ämnesord
  • The lives of plants -- Receiving color -- The scent of sakura -- Dew from the trunk -- The timbres of the wild -- The Kariyasu of Mount Ibuki -- Gardenia yellow -- The life of indigo -- The color green -- On looms -- Melodies of color -- Mother-of-pearl -- Silkworms from Heaven -- Raw silk -- The beauty of plain cloth -- On mordants -- Journey of light -- A gray world -- Gleanings from the sample box -- Last snows in Kohoku -- "Signpost" (Michishirube) -- Snow, Deep North, colors of the requiem -- The sakura of Fujiwara -- Un, Kon, Don : luck, grit, and simplicity -- Tsumugi and Kasuri -- Forty-eight browns and a hundred grays -- Ungen-bokashi -- Murasaki Shikibu and the color purple -- The colors of Gion -- Three-span aprons -- Kimono and obi -- The art of accessorizing -- The future of the kimono -- Half a life in sappanwood red -- Afterword: The work does the work -- In sympathy with nature / Inoue Takao.
  • A creator in the medium of textiles, the author is known in Japan for her essays on color, nature, and the work of weaving and dyeing. This book collects some of the author's writings together with photographs of her art and the natural world that inspires it. From winter snows to spring blossoms, from the foothills of Japan's Southern Alps to the back streets of Gion, Kyoto, the author initiates the reader into areas of Japanese culture where the boundary between craft and art is blurred. The author offers insight into the sources and use of natural color, along with a glimpse into the world of Japanese textiles, from silkworm and loom to finished kimono. Travels from Basho's Deep North to the western island of Kyushu are recorded, as are accounts of the author's encounters with other figures in Japanese aesthetics such as lacquerware master Kuroda Tatsuaki and poet-critic Ōoka Makoto.--adapted from jacket. 


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Textile designers  -- Japan. (LCSH)
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Textile crafts  -- Japan -- Pictorial works. (LCSH)
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Shimura, Fukumi, 1924- -- Aesthetics.
Shimura, Fukumi, 1924-
Shimura, Fukumi, 1924-


NK9502.5.S5435 (LCC)
NK9502.5.S5435 (LCC)
NK9502.5.S5435 A35 2019 (LAC)
746.7 (UDK)
746.092 (DDC)
Ihc (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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