Monthly Archives: June 2015

Dekiyo-e: Pictures of the Drowning World

Japanese ideographs have two or more different ways to read (according to Japanese or Chinese pronunciation). Oboreru can be read as ‘deki‘ so ‘drowning world picture’ could be ‘dekiyoe‘. (Trevor Ballance, Professor of Josai International University, Department of International Exchange … Continue reading

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Dekiyo-e – The Horror, The Horror!

Alex Faulkner interviewed by Chris Bucklow. Alex Faulkner is the creative director of the Toshidama Gallery and an expert on nineteenth century Japanese prints. Alex is also a practising artist. Christopher Bucklow is an artist of international standing and an … Continue reading

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Printmaking animation from the Fitzwilliam Cambridge

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Printmaking animation

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