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"Dit du Genji", set of cards

REF IV500020 EAN 3336728563891

 "Dit du Genji", set of cards

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"Dit du Genji", set of cards

Set of 12 panoramic cards 10,5 x 21,5 cm cm (4.1 x 8.4 ") and envelopes

Paper : Inuit blanc glacier 400 g

  • Dit du Genji, livre XL, La Loi du Buddha
  • Dit du Genji, livre XXXVII, La Grillon-Grelot
  • Dit du Genji, livre XLVIII, Les Pousses de fougères
  • Dit du Genji, livre XLV, Les Jouvencelles du pont
  • Dit du Genji, livre XLIV, La Rivière aux bambous
  • Dit du Genji, livre XLIV, Sarments de vigne vierge
  • Dit du Genji, livre L, Le Pavillon
  • Dit du Genji, livre L, Le Pavillon
  • Dit du Genji, livre XXXVI, Le Chêne
  • Dit du Genji, livre XXXVII, La Flûte traversière
  • Dit du Genji, livre XXXVII, La Flûte traversière
  • Dit du Genji, livre XXXVII, La Flûte traversière

The Tale of Genji (源氏物語 Genji Monogatari) is a classic work of Japanese literature written by the noblewoman and lady-in-waiting Murasaki Shikibu in the early years of the 11th century, around the peak of the Heian period. It is sometimes called the world's first novel, the first modern novel, the first psychological novel or the first novel still to be considered a classic. Notably, the novel also illustrates a unique depiction of the livelihoods of high courtiers during the Heian period. While universally considered a masterpiece, its precise classification and influence in both Western and Eastern canon has been a matter of debate.

  • The Brocaded Tapestries of Genji scroll

Master Weaver Itaro Yamaguchi and the Multicolored-Pattern-Weave Tale of Genji Scrolls

Begun in 1970, and completed in 2008, Itaro Yamaguchi's woven Tale of Genji scrolls took their inspiration from the oldest and the greatest example of Tale of Genji painted scrolls - designated National Treasures - housed in the Tokugawa and Goto Art Museums.

  • Dimensions of the Scrolls

Scroll No. 1: Width 35 cm, length 8.82 meters.
Scroll No. 2: Width 35 cm, length 7.82 meters.
Scroll No. 3: Width 35 cm, length 8.83 meters.
Scroll No. 4: Width 35 cm, length 11.72 meters.

Box scabbard
12 x 23 x 2 cm
Paper ext. int. tinted
Sirio Black
Sticker
affixed cuvette embossed
Museum
Paris - Musée des Arts asiatiques–Guimet
Themes
Asia, Civilizations, Tapestry
Art movement
20th century
Artist
Itarô Yamaguchi (1900-2007)
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