Taschen The Sixty-Nine Stations Along The Kisokaidō

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The Sixty-Nine Stations Along The Kisokaidō

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During the 19th century, famed woodblock artists Keisai Eisen and Utagawa Hiroshige were commissioned to record life along The Kisokaidō trail, a route that travels through the heart of Japan. The full series of 94 prints is exhibited in this stunning volume that showcases the contrasting styles of each artist. Completed with historical excerpts, The Sixty-Nine Stations Along The Kisokaidō features uncut paper threaded in a traditional Japanese bookbinding.

  • By Andreas Marks.
  • Published by Taschen. (October 23, 2017.)
  • Hardcover.
  • 234 pages.
  • 14.00" length x 2.25" width x 21.00" height (approximately).
  • ISBN: 9783836539388.
Style #505428602
An industry rebel who plays by his own rules, Benedikt Taschen has taken niche publishing to new heights. Insistent on approving every title sold under the Taschen name, the German publisher prides himself on producing quality works, irrespective of cost, that have an identity and soul.

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