Suzuki Harunobu (Japanese: 鈴木 春信; c. 1725 – 15 July 1770) was a Japanese designer of woodblock print artist in the Ukiyo-e style. He was an innovator, the first to produce full-color prints in 1765, rendering obsolete the former modes of two- and three-color prints.Harunobu used many special techniques, and depicted a wide variety of subjects, from classical poems to contemporary. Suzuki Harunobu, Japanese artist of the Ukiyo-e movement (paintings and wood-block prints of the “floating world”), who established the art of nishiki-e, or polychrome prints. He created a fashion for pictures of lyrical scenes with figures of exquisite grace. It is believed that Harunobu studied.
Geisha and Attendant on Riverbank 川端を歩く芸者と仲居. Suzuki Harunobu (Japanese, 1725–1770) Japanese Edo period about 1768–69 (Meiwa 5–6) Medium/Technique Woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and color on paper. Dimensions Hosoban; 32 x 14.7 cm (12 5/8 x 5 13/16 in.). Mar 23, 2011 · Suzuki Harunobu (1725?-1770) Geisha and her Maid with Shamisen, c. 1765-70 Woodcut of a geisha mounting the stairway to the upper storey of a house turning to address her attendant, who stands with her shamisen, unsigned--very good impression, gauffrage, slightly faded and soiled, stained along left edge, corner nicks, glue size residue on verso.
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Harunobu later reused the composition in other prints, such as In Front of the Matsumotoya (c. 1767–68) and Geisha and Attendant on Riverbank (c. 1768–69), the latter of which also reuses the poem from the Fūryū Zashiki Hakkei version. Jan 22, 2005 · Suzuki Harunobu 1743 - 1807 鈴木晴信 In an uncharacteristic display of vanity, Daruma gazes at his reflection in the water and daintly tweezes some stray hairs from his beard,while the young woman poles the boat. Ink Sketch. Farland Collection Look at a colored version of this hanga HERE!