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Japonism, Japonisme

a style of art, idiom, custom, mannerism, etc., typical of the Japanese.
See also: Art, Japan
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Also on the day, Cox Plate-winning handler Chris Waller recorded a third consecutive win in the Group 1 Coolmore Stud Stakes when he saddled Japonisme to score an upset victory over Godolphin's Exosphere, the big favourite.
The Havemeyer Collection partly reflects the aesthetic sensibilities of French Japonisme, which no doubt was nurtured by Louisine's friendship with painter Mary Cassatt (18441926) and their collecting interest in Impressionist artists who themselves were inspired by Japanese art.
The phenomenon, dubbed japonisme by French writers, radically altered the course of Western art in the modern era.
There are more lacquer vessels by Marcel, as well as a huge pair of lacquer doors lining the wall behind the bed that display the period taste for Japonisme.
Contract award: mandate designer-designer showcases for temporary exhibitions and mandate set designer, lighting designer, graphic designer and specialist~s audiovisual exhibition "buddhist japonisme.
Il est ensuite passe par le japonisme pour trouver le repos dans l'impressionnisme.
In this particular case, the author looks for evidence to support a trace of the influence of Japonisme, the late 19th century/early 20th century reaction to the availability of Japanese artwork, and especially ukiyo-e prints, to the West.
Japonisme and the rise of the modern art movement; the arts of the Meiji period.
As Western interest in anything connected with Japan grew - the style was called Japonisme by the Victorians - a display of the brightly coloured prints depicting everyday scenes of Japanese life became a must-have.
In Obata's heyday, California was torn by the opposing forces of anti-Asian racism and Japonisme, a trendy fascination with 3apanese art and culture.
Michel Duchesneau (Brussels conference 2011) and Mary Breatnach (London conference 2012) also took Debussy's interest in Japonisme seriously, specifically the influence of Hokusai, also analyzed in Howat's The Art of French Piano Music.
Despite his use of authorial drag and the inauthenticity of voice that accompanies this narrative technique, Noguchi heavily criticizes the American reproduction of Japanese art, which came out of the craze for Japonisme at the beginning of the twentieth-century.