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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: "Heroes of the kabuki stage" is written for kabuki lovers and collectors of kabuki woodblock prints alike, eager to know more about the interesting images on their prints. The book is a concise introduction to the world of kabuki, placed in the historical and social context of Tokugawa and Meiji Japan between 1603 and 1912. Several aspects of kabuki tradition, such as the playhouse itself, the interaction between actors and audiences, as well as the development of plays are explained. The elaborate costumes, make-up and different acting styles are discussed and illustrated. A brief historical outline is given of actor prints and their designers in both Edo (present-day Tokyo) and Osaka. A large section of the book is dedicated to retelling the 36 popular kabuki plays, set against the background of their origins and supplemented by theatrical anecdotes. Main scenes of the plays and leading actor roles are amply illustrated by woodblock prints produced over a period of more than a century. An extensive index on roles, actors, playwrights, subjects and attributes will enable the reader and print collector to find his way in the spectacular world of kabuki. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: Heroes of the Kabuki Stage is written for Kabuki lovers and collectors of Kabuki woodblock prints alike, eager to know more about the interesting images on their prints. The book is a concise introduction to the world of Kabuki, placed in the historical and social context of Tokugawa and Meiji Japan between 1603 and 1912. Several aspects of Kabuki tradition, such as the playhouse itself, the interaction between actors and audiences, as well as the development of plays are explained. The elaborate costumes, make-up and different acting styles are discussed and illustrated. A brief historical outline is given of actor prints and their designers in both Edo (present-day Tokyo) and Osaka. A large section of the book is dedicated to retelling the 37 popular Kabuki plays, set against the background of their origins and supplemented by theatrical anecdotes. Main scenes of the plays and leading actor roles are amply illustrated by woodblock prints produced over a period of more than a century. An extensive index on roles, actors, playwrights, subjects and attributes will enable the reader and print collector to find his way in the spectacular world of Kabuki.

About the Author: Arendie Herwig Kempers frequently writes articles and reviews about Japan's legendary heroes. After a career as an orthopaedic surgeon, she took a degree in Art History from Leiden University, The Netherlands. Both authors have been avid collectors of 19th-century Japanese woodblock prints for more than 30 years. After attending a kabuki performance in Paris, they fell in love with the atmosphere, the costumes and the stories. A longing to know more about the activity on stage inspired an extensive study of the theatrical context of kabuki prints. With this book, they share their knowledge on the stories behind kabuki prints.

Henk J. Herwig has been Editor-in-Chief of Andon since 1992, the renowned Bulletin of the Dutch Society for Japanese Arts. He is also a Professor of Biology at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. Both authors have been avid collectors of 19th-century Japanese woodblock prints for more than 30 years. After attending a kabuki performance in Paris, they fell in love with the atmosphere, the costumes and the stories. A longing to know more about the activity on stage inspired an extensive study of the theatrical context of kabuki prints. With this book, they share their knowledge on the stories behind kabuki prints.

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