Archive pour mars, 2008

Philip Wilson Steer 1860-1942

Posted in Philip Wilson Steer 1860-1942 on 31 mars 2008 by Femme Femme Femme

The beaver hat

Seated nude The black hat

PHILIP WILSON STEER.
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Paul Iribe 1883-1935

Posted in Paul Iribe 1883-1935 on 31 mars 2008 by Femme Femme Femme

Fashion illustration for Les Robes de Paul Poiret 1908

Fashion illustration for Les Robes de Paul Poiret

PAUL IRIBE.
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E.Phillips Fox 1865-1915

Posted in E.Phillips Fox 1865-1915 on 31 mars 2008 by Femme Femme Femme

After the bath

Etude de nu

EMMANUEL PHILLIPS FOX.
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George Bell 1878-1966

Posted in George Bell 1878-1966 on 31 mars 2008 by Femme Femme Femme

Edwardian nude

GEORGE BELL.
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Lord Frederick Leighton 1830-1896

Posted in Lord Frederick Leighton 1830-1896 on 30 mars 2008 by Femme Femme Femme

The antique juggling girl

A Roman Lady La Nanna

LORD FREDERICK LEIGHTON.
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Naoto Hattori 1975-

Posted in Naoto Hattori 1975- on 30 mars 2008 by Femme Femme Femme



NAOTO HATTORI
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Kobayakawa Kiyoshi 1896-1948

Posted in Kobayakawa Kiyoshi 1896-1948 on 30 mars 2008 by Femme Femme Femme

Les femmes courent après les fous ; elles fuient les sages comme des animaux venimeux.
Didier Erasme .

Rouge 1931

After bath 1933

Expression on eyes 1931

The 1930s are Kiyoshi Kobayakawa’s decade. In the 20s Itô Shinsui and Torii Kotondo had started a tradition of modern bijin prints. Kiyoshi Kobayakawa’s prints fit in wonderfully well. Striking are his depictions of « modern life » in Tokyo in the turbulent 30s. His works were included in the 1936 Toledo (USA) exhibition. He worked for various publishers. In the 1950s a number of his prints were reprinted by the publisher Takamizawa. Though the quality of these reprints is quite good (like the reprints of Goyô’s and Kotondo’s work) they should not be mistaken for the original prints.
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