kakemono in a sentence
- Nampo made calligrphies ( calligraphy ) mainly in the tanzaku and kakemono format.
- He would later incorporate Japanese imagery in satirical kakemono for " The New Yorker ".
- Kakemono, a Japanese hanging, is intended to be hung against a wall as part of the interior decoration of a room.
- This is because in the past, Kakemono were viewed from a kneeling ( seiza ) position and provided perspective to the " Honshi " main work.
- In 1948 she went to Japan for eight months and on her return to Ireland wrote " Kakemono ", an account of her travels there.
- Covering the palm of her right hand is a blue cloth on top of which rests a rolled up " kakemono " or " makimono " scroll.
- This period also saw Masanobu produce large kakemono-sized . } } portraits of courtesans, whose designs had a warmth and humanity largely absent from the earlier Torii and KaigetsudM beauties.
- Man and youth, Miyagawa IsshM, ca . 1750; Panel from a series of ten on a shunga-style painted hand scroll ( kakemono-e ); sumi, color and gofun on silk.
- Mitsuoki s pictures were often on scrolls that can be hung on a wall, otherwise known as kakemono ( 沜Q0ir ) or handscrolls ( emakimono ) that could be read from right to left with the accompanied story.
- This would become something of a hallmark in later works, for example the BBC-commissioned Chamber Concerto, the second string quartet, because it'Spring, Kakemono for harps, Firefinch for oboe and piano, and the I Ching piano pieces.
- After serving all his guests, he presented each piece of the tea-equipage for their inspection, along with an exquisite " kakemono ", which Okakura described as " a wonderful writing by an ancient monk dealing with the evanescence of all things ".
- The financial restraints of the KyMhM reforms begun in 1717 brought an end to the luxury of these large prints, replaced by smaller " hosoban "-sized . } } prints, which were often sold as triptychs which when placed together were little smaller than the kakemono-sized prints.
- The types of scrolls were both vertical for hanging, with a backing usually of thick woven silk, the traditional Chinese format which became the most common in Japan in this period ( " kakemono " in Japanese ), and in the long horizontal handscroll ( " emakimono " ) format as used for books.
- In addition, there are fan prints " uchiwa-e " ( 鉜Gbu } ), as well as number of sheets of " sugoroku " ( Y0T0?O0 ) with his signature that still exist and at least three prints in the " kakemono-e " format were produced in his latter years.
- His work often examined the difficulties of white man's difficulties in settlement of the Far East, and his earlier short stories anticipate Joseph Conrad and Somerset Maugham . " Yellow and White " ( 1895 ) and " Kakemonos " ( 1897 ), are collections of short stories and notes along this line and gave straightforward accounts of interracial sex ( " the love of the white for the yellow " ) . " Yellow Man " ( 1900 ) is a thriller involving Chinese secret societies . " The Emu's Head " ( 1893 ) is about the violent Australian gold mines.