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Take no hitofushi, Yaguchi, 1897 (woodblock print, ink & colour on paper)

Take no hitofushi, Yaguchi, 1897 (woodblock print, ink & colour on paper)


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Take no hitofushi, Yaguchi, 1897 (woodblock print, ink & colour on paper)

425511 Take no hitofushi, Yaguchi, 1897 (woodblock print, ink & colour on paper) by Chikanobu, Toyohara (1838-1912); 35.9 -- 71.6 cm; Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, USA; (add.info.: Artist: Toyohara Chikanobu (1838-1912)
Meiji era, 1897
Detail of triptych 7272743); Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

Media ID 25568718

© Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution / Bridgeman Images

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This woodblock print, titled "Take no hitofushi, Yaguchi, 1897" by Toyohara Chikanobu takes us on a journey to the Meiji era in Japan. The intricate details and vibrant colors bring this artwork to life as we delve into its narrative. The triptych format allows us to explore different scenes within the same composition. In this particular detail, we are transported onto a boat amidst crashing waves and pouring rain. The artist's skillful use of ink and color creates a sense of movement and drama as the boat battles against the elements. One cannot help but be drawn to the central figure pounding a drum with determination. This rhythmic beat seems to echo throughout the stormy seas, guiding both sailors and viewers alike through their perilous voyage. It is a testament to human resilience in the face of adversity. Chikanobu's attention to detail extends beyond just depicting nature's forces; he also captures small nuances that add depth to the scene. From the expressions on each sailor's face to their carefully crafted attire, every element contributes to an immersive experience. Displayed at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington D. C. , this print from Chikanobu's Robert O. Muller collection showcases not only his artistic prowess but also offers insight into Japanese maritime culture during this period. As we gaze upon this stunning piece of art, we are reminded of our own journeys through life – sometimes navigating treacherous waters but always persever

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