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Matting of Full Page Plates. The collotype plates are printed on the plate. The albumen photographs are tipped to plate.
Both collotypes and albumen photographs are mounted with covering mats. The plates and mats are in matching colors. Regular and Deluxe Formats. The set was issued in two basic formats described below. The set was also issued as a 15 section series with decorative card wraps.
This is a variant of the standard 10 volume set. It does contain 5 more Ogawa color collotypes of flowers and lithographic replicas of the silk screens.
Thirty of the plates are identical to those found in the 10 volume series and 30 are different. The collotypes and albumen photographs plates are mounted on colored paper and have a colored mat affixed to the page. There were numerous editions of both standard and deluxe format editions.
Those I am aware of can be found listed here. Further there is no quantity stated for the 15 section set. During the years of andthe work was published in various limited editions, and for fourteen of the sixteen editions produced we know thatlarge-format photographs andsmall-format photographs were hand-colored and later tipped into 37, individual volumes.
Described and Illustrated by the Japanese," Image, volume 34, numbers This is relatively close to my accounting of 1, sets. I have accounted for 3, sets, a third more than the quoted numberwould support.
The figure of large format plates was probably more like-In the 10 volume sets the cover are decorative cloth linen over heavy boards. Each volume in a set has matching decorative patterns but different color schemes. The standard edition sets have pasted on titles while the deluxe edition sets have the title printed on the cloth.
All 10 volume sets have cord ties. The cord ties are decorative only and not essential for holding the books together.
Internally, the pages are firmly bound together at the inside margins with staples, string and glue. The covers on the 15 section set are decorative card stock with the same logo and color. Source of Color Albumen Photographs. Terry Bennett, in his book Early Japanese Images, identifies Kozaburo Tamamura as the source of the colored albumen photographs used in these book sets.
He states that Tamamura providedphotographs to a dealer in Boston which were "undoubtedly" provided for the Brinkley books see page Tamamura was a famous photographer and serviced the tourist souvenir photograph trade in Japan as well as the export trade.
It is clear that many of the photographs supplied were from his inventory. However, it is also clear that he used photographs taken by other famous Japanese photographers. Many of the albumen photographs were from Kazumasa Ogawa, who also provided the color flower collotypes for the books.Plum Garden at Kameido.
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The Plum Garden in Kameido Hiroshige Woodblock Print is an authentic Japanese woodblock print. Depicts the most famous tree in Edo, the Sleeping Dragon Plum which had exceptionally white blossom! Supplied flat print only, image size: cm x 12cm with paper mount 34cm x 49cm.
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A popular attraction in the area is Kameido Tenshin – a shrine famously visited by students and parents alike in the hope of getting good grades.