|日付||登録日：Jan 31, 2001 更新日：Sep 02, 2016|
現代浮世絵師渓斎欣士の肉筆画。江戸浮世絵の技法を守り、江戸浮世絵を引用しながらも現代人の感性で描いている手描きの浮世絵です。"江戸の香り”の豊かな絵として全国の百貨店・画廊での個展は好評です。詳細は当社ウェブサイトの「現代浮世絵画家 渓斎欣士（けいさい きんし）の世界」をご高覧ください。
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桜下美人 33cm x 90cm 紙本彩色
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行燈と美人 10号 紙本彩色
Neo-Ukiyo-e paintings of feminine grace
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The Ukiyo-e paintings by KEISAI, Kinshi using the traditional Japanese technique of water soluble colors on paper or silk.
Her way is to combine Edo's Ukiyo-e tradition with the modern-day Japanese aesthetic sense. In so doing, she hopes to infuse new life into the Ukiyo-e paintings and establish her own unique style.
Nowaday Kinshi specializes in "bijinga(picture of feminine grace)." She also portrays beauties in everydays life in a colorful manner. Creatively transformed and resurrected, Kinshi's beauties attract a wider public and the collectors. Another reason for the popularity of Kinshi's paintings is its expression of the festive atmosphere of the floating world, which was a thing of the past at the time of the Meiji enlightenment.
"Hokusai is my teacher, and there were thousands of minor discoveries to be made in my study, and one major revelation, which is simply that Hokusai belongs to the modern world by right." she remarks. Kinshi is using the traditional Japanese technique of water soluble color on paper or silk. She works the flowing contour with the fine point of the brush on paper laid horizontally on a table. Her technique is quite different from European water-color, and based on thin-coat of pigments on paper, called "Usunuri" in Japanese. Her colors vary in density and the procedure in thin-coating paper is usually repeated at least sevn or eight times until a color she satisfies with appears on paper. When she added the scene to paper, her brush-strokes dried almost instantly and no errors could be erased, then people also put much value in her Ukiyo-e paintings. Nippon TV-network and other leading TV-network made several programs about her paintings.She would like to visit the great museums collecting the finest Ukiyo-e paintings and woodblock prints of Edo period, where she learns new techniques, immerse herself in their art, and continually gains inspiration for more of her glorious Ukiyo-e paintings. (from biography)
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Title: Beauty under the cherry blossoms, on Japanese paper, size: 33cm x 90cm
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A beauty lighting the light, on Japanese paper, size: 53cm x 41cm
福島県, 日本Jan 31, 2001 登録Jun 21, 2018 更新