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Footman Edobee By Sharaku ~ Framed Vintage Woodblock Print
 
Footman Edobee By Sharaku ~ Framed Vintage Woodblock Print
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Footman Edobee By Sharaku with crushed mica background ~ Custom Framed reproduction woodblock print. Solid wood frame with custom cut double mats. This print was commissioned by the Tokyo Museum of Art and was printed by Shuiesha of Japan on mulberry paper in 1963-1964. The colors in these prints were researched to match exactly what the original print looked like when it was first produced. Mat Size is 12 by 18. Printed in Japan.




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The oldest dramatic form preserved in Japan is No theater, which attained its contemporary form at the fourteenth-century Ashikaga court. In the 1980s, there were five major No groups and a few notable regional troupes performing several hundred plays from a medieval repertoire for a popular audience, not just for an elite. A No play unfolds around the recitation and dancing of a principal and secondary figure, while a seated chorus chants a story, accentuated by solemn drum and flute music. The dramatic action is mimed in highly stylized gestures symbolizing intense emotions, which are also evoked by terse lyrical prose and dance. Standardized masks and brilliant costumes stand out starkly against the austere, empty stage with its symbolic pine tree backdrop.

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