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28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Fujitsubo with 21 notes

fujitsubohime:

Isoda Koryusai
The Fox Mask
Meiwa Era /An’ei Era
c.1772

fujitsubohime:

Isoda Koryusai

The Fox Mask

Meiwa Era /An’ei Era

c.1772

Tagged: JapanOldEroticshunga

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Fujitsubo with 6 notes

fujitsubohime:

shunga handscroll
Attributed to: Katsukawa Shun’ei (勝川春英)
Kansei Era 
Date1800 (c.)
Height: 27.9 centimetres Width: 638.1 centimetres
Though unsigned, features of the style such as the racing dry brushwork of the outlines of the drapery and sensuous faces with thickly lashed eyes suggest a firm attribution to Katsukawa Shun’ei. Erotic handscrolls generally comprise twelve scenes, so it may be that the artist’s signature was included on one of the two sections which have probably been trimmed from this work.Shun’ei was at pains to extend the boundaries of Ukiyo-e to express a wider range of emotional and psychological states than previous artists. In this handscroll of ten erotic scenes, too, he contrives to avoid conventional poses and situations in what could all too easily become a stereotyped genre, and explores a rich gamut of sexuality ranging from a young woman lying dreaming after reading a love-letter to the contents of her dream in which a couple make desperate love one final time before they commit ritual suicide. In the scene illustrated a husband steals up to embrace his wife from behind as she washes and combs her hair. Her surprise and his powerful passion - conveyed by narrowed and intently gazing eyes seen above her shoulder - are utterly convincing, and bodies, robes and the folds therein, as well as accessories, are all captured with unswerving precision and the utmost sensitivity. It is hard to determine a stylistic development within Shun’ei’s few known paintings, but the relatively strong vestiges of Shunsho’s figure style still apparent in this work indicate perhaps a date not too many years after the latter’s death in 1792.

fujitsubohime:

shunga handscroll

Attributed to: Katsukawa Shun’ei (勝川春英)

Kansei Era 

Date1800 (c.)

Height: 27.9 centimetres Width: 638.1 centimetres

Though unsigned, features of the style such as the racing dry brushwork of the outlines of the drapery and sensuous faces with thickly lashed eyes suggest a firm attribution to Katsukawa Shun’ei. Erotic handscrolls generally comprise twelve scenes, so it may be that the artist’s signature was included on one of the two sections which have probably been trimmed from this work.Shun’ei was at pains to extend the boundaries of Ukiyo-e to express a wider range of emotional and psychological states than previous artists. In this handscroll of ten erotic scenes, too, he contrives to avoid conventional poses and situations in what could all too easily become a stereotyped genre, and explores a rich gamut of sexuality ranging from a young woman lying dreaming after reading a love-letter to the contents of her dream in which a couple make desperate love one final time before they commit ritual suicide. In the scene illustrated a husband steals up to embrace his wife from behind as she washes and combs her hair. Her surprise and his powerful passion - conveyed by narrowed and intently gazing eyes seen above her shoulder - are utterly convincing, and bodies, robes and the folds therein, as well as accessories, are all captured with unswerving precision and the utmost sensitivity. It is hard to determine a stylistic development within Shun’ei’s few known paintings, but the relatively strong vestiges of Shunsho’s figure style still apparent in this work indicate perhaps a date not too many years after the latter’s death in 1792.

Tagged: JapanOldEroticshunga

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from ANOTHER DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE MIND with 4 notes

Tagged: JapanOldEroticshunga

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from .:.:.:.:.:.:. with 6 notes

thelongboat:

Kitagawa Utamaro
Lovers in an upstairs room, from Uta makura (‘Poem of the Pillow’), a colour woodblock print
Japan Edo period, AD 1788

thelongboat:

Kitagawa Utamaro

Lovers in an upstairs room, from Uta makura (‘Poem of the Pillow’), a colour woodblock print

Japan
Edo period, AD 1788

Tagged: JapanOldEroticshunga

Source: thelongboat

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Zoé Balthus with 11 notes

zoebalthus:

Concours de plaisirs des quatre saisons : l’été - XIXe - Chōbunsai Eishi 

zoebalthus:

Concours de plaisirs des quatre saisons : l’été - XIXeChōbunsai Eishi 

Tagged: JapanOldEroticshunga

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from ANOTHER DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE MIND with 4 notes

Tagged: JapanOldEroticshunga

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from A blog dedicated to Japanese Shunga (erotic art) with 24 notes

Tagged: JapanOldEroticshunga

Source: kobun13

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from A blog dedicated to Japanese Shunga (erotic art) with 19 notes

koffeetumbler:

From a Shunga Album comprising twelve silk paintings. Utagawa school, Japan, late Edo (1603-1868) or Meiji period (1868-1912).

This week on koffeetumbler : Imaging Sexuality

koffeetumbler:

From a Shunga Album comprising twelve silk paintings. Utagawa school, Japan, late Edo (1603-1868) or Meiji period (1868-1912).

This week on koffeetumbler : Imaging Sexuality

Tagged: JapanOldEroticshunga

Source: bukowskis.com

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from A blog dedicated to Japanese Shunga (erotic art) with 7 notes

shunga-art:

attributed to Eisen, late 19th or early 20th century

shunga-art:

attributed to Eisen, late 19th or early 20th century

Tagged: JapanOldEroticshunga

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from A blog dedicated to Japanese Shunga (erotic art) with 16 notes

cavernedeplaton:

TOMIOKA EISEN

cavernedeplaton:

TOMIOKA EISEN

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Source: cavernedeplaton