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Web page 256 21. KIYOMASU I: Warriors in wrestle. web page 256 22. KIYOMASU I: Takie, Shingoro, and Danjuro. web page 256 23. KIYOMASU I: Heihuro and Takesaburo. web page 256 24. KIYOMASU I: Fujimura Handayu. web page 255 25. KIYOMASU I: Courtesan. web page 256 26. KIYOMASU II: Fujimura Handayu. web page 257 27. KIYOMASU II: Segawa Kikunojo. web page 257 28. KIYOMASU II: The Maiden Tamamushi. , web page 257 29. KIYOMASU II: Kantaro and Takenojo. web page 255 30. KIYOMASU II: Danjuro and Hiroji. web page 257 31. KIYOMASU II: Ichikawa Kuzo. web page 255 32. KIYOMASU II: Segaiva Kikujiro. web page 257 Masanobu: MY favourite ukiyo-e artist is Masanobu, which money owed for the truth that i've got right here disbursed extra prints to him than to the other. he's very important simply because he arrived at the scene whilst ukiyo-e used to be at risk of petrifaction. males like Moronobu, Kiyonobu, the Kaigetsudo artists, and Sukenobu had given the artwork a full of life preliminary impulse, yet as their fires died down, prints fell into ritualistic styles of colour, layout, and content material. It used to be as a rule Masanobu who blasted the paintings unfastened from such conventionalism and introduced it upon energetic new paths. The six hoso-e proven jointly, Prints 46-51, really good summarize his artwork adventure. beginning with Prints forty eight and forty nine, he matters urushi-e which are as muscle-bound as whatever performed by means of the Torii university. The layout is formal, the drawing harsh, and the coloring heavy. yet in Print forty six he offers us a handsomely designed little print in black and grey; whereas in Print forty seven he deals one of many most adorable urushi-e that was once ever issued. i'm sorry that it might probably now not be proven in colour, for it's a gem. In Print 50 he experiments with ishizuri-e, and past due in existence he comes up with many ideal benizuri-e, as for instance, Print fifty one. he's presupposed to have initiated the subsequent new rules that revitalized ukiyo-e: urushi-e; gold dirt; mica grounds; ecu viewpoint; the triptych shape; the tall upright print, narrower than the scale utilized by the Kaigetsudo and Torii masters; the slim pillar print; the ishizuri-e; the panorama print; the embossing which Harunobu later used with such good fortune; the choice of rose-red and apple-green as uncomplicated shades for benizuri-e; and the printing of all shades from blocks. almost all these intended Masanobu innovations are illustrated within the nineteen prints proven right here. it really is applicable that the emotional highpoint of this assortment is located within the unfortunately worn pair of Masanobu prints showing as 39-40. They convey the nonpareil Sukeroku and, probably, his love Agemaki. i don't suppose in a position to describing what Sukeroku potential to a jap theater viewers while he swaggers down the hanamichi, defying the experts by means of donning approximately his head a knotted shawl of crimson, a colour forbidden to commoners. i've got heard jap males whistle and shout while he seemed; ladies have wept. those prints are in such wasted that in most cases i wouldn't have stored them; yet they're greater than prints: they're the best extant portrayals of the Robin Hood of Japan and his love and so they characterize the spirit of Masanobu.