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Yumeji Takehisa

Biography[edit]

He was born in Oku (now Setouchi), Okayama, Japan. His childhood home has been preserved and opened to visitors. He is buried in Zoshigaya Cemetery in the Ikebukuro area of Tokyo. At an earlier stage in his life he intended to become a poet, but knowing he could not make a living as a poet, he began drawing pictures.

He never studied drawing in any painting school nor under any teacher formally. He hated the concept of the "artist", feeling they were rather pretentious which unsurprisingly upset many of the artists of his time, leading to poor reviews from the so-called elite. Outside of the art circles, Takehisa's works acquired great popularity among ordinary people and to this day have many ardent fans in Japan and abroad.

Takehisa died in 1934 at the age of 49.

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「竹久夢二復刻版画展~風のやうに~」

2016年4月27日~10月31日

gallery縁  

東京都渋谷区恵比寿1-22-23-1F

(SUBARU本社裏)

JR恵比寿駅東口より徒歩4分

OPEN 月~金 10:00~17:00

(土日祝祭日 休)

TEL 03-5447-7629


HP  http://alpha-galleryen.com/



版画について

大正ロマンの版画屋さんで使用している版画は、龍星閣が竹久夢二の画集(新聞や雑誌の挿絵 他)を書籍「風のやうに」「花の面影」「子供の世界」他にまとめるために

原画より当時の職人によって復刻されたものです。

何十年物間大切に保管されていた版画ですが、ご縁を頂き現在一枚一枚単色で摺っております。

これからもたくさんの方々へ竹久夢二の世界を楽しんで頂ければ幸いです。

売上の一部は、東日本大震災こどもたち支援活動NPO法人絆プロジェクト2030(http://kizuna-project.jp/)へ寄付しております。

About the Hanga (Block Prints)

Taisho Romance Block Artist’s exquisite, metal blocks display the works of the awe-inspiring artist Yumeji Takehisa. Yumeji’s original illustrations appeared in newspapers and magazines during the Taisho period (1912 - 1926). A publisher by the name of Ryuseikaku transferred Yumeji’s illustrations onto metal blocks and collected his works into books entitled Just Like Winds (Kazeno Youni), Images of Beauty (Hanano Omokage) and The Children’s World (Kodomo no Sekai).

Being linked by fate, we are currently using the blocks that have been meticulously stored for decades to reprint Yumeji’s work in a single color, on an individual sheet of paper by hand. Our greatest desire is that as many people will enjoy the works of Yumeji Takehisa long into the future.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Kizuna Project 2030 hosted by a nonprofit corporation “Support for Children Affected by The Great East Japan Earthquake/The 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake.”

April 2016

Taisho Romance Block Artist

Fusako Kobayashi