nihonga


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nihonga

(nɪˈhɒŋɡə)
n
(Art Terms) art the traditional Japanese style of painting, using traditional materials and techniques
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Such an idea, she confessed, came to her mind when she was visiting Tokyo to attend the Nihonga Art Workshop.
Additionally astounding are the paintings created by Hirayama in the Japanese Nihonga art style that uses pigments from semi-precious stones.
He had been studying nihonga, traditional Japanese figurative art, but after embracing abstract art, he was determined to take part in Gutai.
Sparsely decorated-with shoji sliding doors and a zither, a 13-stringed instrument known as a koto-it also features contemporary, large-scale waterfall paintings from 2007 in the nihonga style by Hiroshi Senju.
En los anos cuarenta destacaba en la pintura tradicional japonesa con brocha conocida como nihonga.
An invention composed of techniques drawn from both Western and Japanese modes of depiction, nihonga was a key reference for many Gutai artists even if only as a point of refusal.
Comenzo estudiando nihonga, practica de pinturas tradicionales de su pais, pero pronto se sintio limitada por esa tecnica y se acerco a expresiones mas modernas procedentes de Estados Unidos y Europa.
She is_currently undertaking research for her PhD about the Japanese nihonga painting movement of the late 19th century.
5 million yen, the complex showcased the period's popular art, generally Nihonga [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (traditional Japanese) paintings in the bijinga [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ("images of beauties") tradition.
Dos de los elementos que tuvieron una gran influencia en el periodo de formacion y los primeros anos como artista de Murakami son un claro ejemplo de como la cultura japonesa ha recibido una fuerte influencia extranjera que luego ha sido adaptada para crear un lenguaje propio: por un lado nihonga o pintura tradicional japonesa, y por otro, el lenguaje visual del manga y del anime, los comics y dibujos animados japoneses.
The year- long celebration, which took off in January, continues in the Capital and the latest addition to the calendar is an exhibition of the seventh- century Nihonga art revitalised by Prof.
Trained in the nihonga style ("Japanese style") officially promoted during the Japanese Imperial period as part of a modern yet nationalist revival, Kusama adapted this conventional mode to her own purposes.