Japanese Costume & Makers: And the Makers of Its Elegant Tradition
Tuttle Publishing, 13.11.2012 - 374 sivua
With dozens of photographs and expertly written text, this Japanese clothing book is the authoritative guide on the kimono.
Japanese Costume invites the reader to explore the world of Japan’s textile arts and costume decoration—from its origins in legendary times, through its brilliant development in the intervening centuries, to its emergence into the modern era. The book which is the first in English to present the full sweep of Japanese achievement in the costume arts, is essential the story of the kimono and its evolution.
The text is accompanied by a generous selection of fine illustrations and photographs: 54 in full color, 119 in black and white, and 12 line drawings. They include not only pictures from contemporary sources—such as the picture scrolls and woodblock prints— but also photographs of kimono masterpieces and representative textiles.
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70 Early Edo ? Noh costume in white satin embroidery
76 Detail from late Edo priests robe in nishiki brocade 218
Kasuri late Edo period 92
94 Sleeve detail from early Edo kosode showing shibori
Early Edo golden waterfall kosode 233
Late Edo kosode showing use of applique 240
GENROKU AND LATE EDO 277
THE LEGENDARY PERIOD 43
From the Early Masters to the Modern 1959
Figs 20 27 28 3033
Asterisks indicate color plates
Kabuki version of Edo kamishimo 42
123 Modern 1962 bridal uchikake in kinran 296
Detail from late Edo underkimono in printed pattern 305
artists Ashikaga Ashikaga shogunate author's collection background bamboo beautiful became blue brocade Buddhist called century ceremonial China Chinese cloth color cords court crest daimyo decoration dress dyed dyers dynasty Early Edo period Edo period embroidered embroidery emperor Empress fabrics fashion flowers Fujiwara garment Genroku gold hakama hi-inagata Hideyoshi Horyu-ji imitated imperial imported Japan Japanese costume Kaga Kamakura Kamakura period Kano school kanoko kesa kimono kinran knots known Korean Korin kosode Kyoto lacquer ladies Late Edo period later leather looms modern Momoyama Muromachi Nara period Nishijin nishiki Nomura collection painted palace pattern popular priests prints provinces purple robe rokechi Saikaku samurai scrolls shibori Shinto shogun Shoso-in Shotoku shrine silk sleeves stencils stitches style sumptuary laws surihaku temple textile threads tie-dyeing Tokugawa Tokyo National Museum traditional trousers ukiyo-e underkimono wear weavers weaving Western women wore worn woven Yuzen