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Pictures from the Temporary World (Ukiyo-e)


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Pictures from the Temporary World (Ukiyo-e)

Emerging in the Genroku Age (1688-1703), which is known as the golden age of culture and city life in Japan, Ukiyo-e (Pictures from the Temporary World) is an art discovered and developed by the Japanese.

Most of the well-known painters have taken this trend as an example and transferred it to their works.

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Courtesan after Eisen
Courtesan after Eisen

 

Pictures from the Temporary World (Ukiyo-e) ,

It takes its name from the word “ukiyo”, which emphasizes the transience of the world in Buddhism.

However, with the Genroku Age, the golden age of Japan, it acquires a new identity by reflecting the hedonist world view and joy of life.

Today, hundreds of years of wood prints and drawings are influenced by the art and entertainment life of our period, and come with a modern look that reflects everyday life.

Japanese video artist and animator Segawa Atsuki has made them act as a gif by putting on many favorite wood prints and paintings in Katsushika Hokusai’s “36 Mount Fuji Landscape” series.

It included high-speed trains, UFOs and beam swords in the new generation “Ukiyo-e”.

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ukiyo 1

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