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The Clarence Buckingham collection of Japanese prints.

Art Institute of Chicago.

The Clarence Buckingham collection of Japanese prints.

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Published in [Chicago .
Written in English

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  • Illinois,
  • Chicago
    • Subjects:
    • Buckingham, Clarence, d. 1913 -- Art collections -- Catalogs.,
    • Art Institute of Chicago -- Catalogs.,
    • Color prints, Japanese -- Catalogs.,
    • Prints -- Private collections -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesJapanese prints.
      ContributionsGunsaulus, Helen Cowen, 1886-1954., Gentles, Margaret.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNE1310 .C43
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL208901M
      LC Control Numbera 55005458
      OCLC/WorldCa644366


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Item # BUCKINGHAM COLLECTION. THE CLARENCE BUCKINGHAM COLLECTION OF JAPANESE PRINTS. Catalogue in two volumes. Vol. I by Helen Gunsaulus, Vol. II by Margaret Gentles.

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Kabuki actors: masterpieces of Japanese woodblock prints from the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago: [exhibition] June 6-J Landscape with waterfall, from an untitled series of chuban prints Origin Japan Date – Medium Color woodblock print; chuban Credit Line Clarence Buckingham Collection Reference Number Extended information about this artwork.

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Folio. Chicago collector of Japanese prints, Clarence Buckingham, and a curator at the Art Institute from into the s. He left a career in banking to become an advisor on Japanese art and was the organizer of (as well as a lender to) the museum's 19o8 exhibition of Japanese prints that.

Line [influenced] by that of Tanyu (in Chinese subjects). Moronobu's book of Chinese subjects. Its freedom less primitive than large print (single fig.). Narrow forehead of early style." The large print here referred to was in Mr. Fenollosa's collections; it is now ().

The following spring he presented an exhibition, drawn from his own collection, of prints by his favorite Japanese print artist, Utagawa Hiroshige (–), at the Art Institute of Chicago, with an accompanying catalogue.

Wright's reputation as an expert and, eventually, as a dealer of Japanese prints blossomed from there. Clarence Buckingham’s strong interest in art blossomed in the s when he began assembling a collection of Japanese woodblock prints of exceptional quality and range, assisted by Art Institute curator Frederick W.

Gookin and architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The actor's image: print makers of the Katsukawa School User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. The extensive Buckingham Collection of Japanese Prints at the Art Institute of Chicago is the source for this catalog of 18th-century ukiyo-e prints emphasizing Kabuki.

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Around he left banking to become a freelance art advisor, and was eventually appointed the first curator of the Clarence S. Buckingham Collection of Japanese prints at the Art Institute of Chicago. He was an early member of the Chicago Literary Club, and.

After his death, Clarence’s sister Kate gave his collection to the Art Institute of Chicago, which still holds them today. This summer, many of the devotional prints are on display as part of the exhibit Spreading Devotion: Japanese and European Religious Prints. The Theatrical World of Osaka Prints, A Collection of Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Japaneses Woodblock Prints in the Philadelphia Museum Keyes, Roger S.

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The Royal Collection Trust made the decision 'because. The Clarence Buckingham Collection of Japanese Prints. Volume II. Harunobu, Koryusai, Shigemasa, Their Followers and Contemporaries. Margaret O. Gentles. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, Price: $ more info add to cart. The early and intense commitment of Chicagoan Clarence Buckingham (–) to pdf Art Institute formed the museum’s well known Japanese print collection.

From the s, Buckingham, assisted by advisors such as curator Frederick W. Gookin and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, assembled a collection of Japanese woodblock prints of exceptional.Eijūdō Hibino at Seventy-one is an ukiyo-e woodblock print dating to around by Edo period artist Utagawa Toyokuni ing to its inscription, the print was produced in commemoration of the featured subject, print publisher Nishimuraya Yohachi I's, seventy-first : Utagawa Toyokuni I.

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