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TAMAMURA, K[osaburo].. FAMOUS SCENES IN JAPAN. Hand-Colored Collotype Photographs..
A STUNNING SET OF LOVELY PASTEL-COLORED PHOTOGRAPHS in all. This lovely work begins with Iris Garden at Yokohama the wistaria arbour, Cherry blossoms at Yokohama, Chrysanth- emum garden, Castle at Tokyo, Shiba temple at Tokyo, Ikegami Buddhist temple interior, private garden at Tokyo, Iris gar- den at Kabata, the tea house at Oji, Tokyo. Cherry blossom avenue at Mukojima. Nikko views: Imaichi road, Sacred Bridge & the entrance to Ieyasu Temple, Pagoda, Yomeimon Gate, Nio- mon Gate, Chuzenji lake, Urami Waterfall, road from Chuzenji to Yumoto. Japanese girl greets her guest at the gate with a lot of English dialogue.Celebration of New Year at Yokohama. The Cherry blooms return at spring, Public garden at Yokoha- ma, Boy's Festival, a waitress, Hachiman Temple Kamakura, Daibutsu Kamakura, Mt. Fuji near Kamakura, three little Jap- anese girl maids, Mt. Fuji from Lake Hakone, fares that Rik- isha men like to draw [three girls riding rikshas], Mt. Fuji from Tagonoura, a beautiful Japanese girl in pale blue Kim- ono, Nagoya Castle, girls playing a Japanese game. Kyoto: Kinkakuji Temple, Kiyomizu Temple, Gion celebration, Katsura Gawa rapids. Girl in summer Kimono, Speak, see, or hear no evil: Japanese girl shows us how. Ishiyama temple Otsu, five Japanese girl dancers accompanied by four other women music- cans, Banzai: shows three typical Meiji school boys waving Japanese flags. Nara: Sarusawa no Ike pond, Kasuga park.Geta shoe store, Nunobiki waterfall Kobe, Inland Sea, afternoon call: a girl with large umbrella awaits her friend's arriv- al. Miyajima the celebrated Island in the Inland Sea [shows the great Torii Gate], and one of the Miiyajima Temple, that looks like its floating on the water. Rice cultivation: four small views of rice planting & harvesting. Three views of a man drinking his Sake rice wine. Inland sea of Japan, champion Sumo wrestlers. * A lovely work, nicely exectuted, crisp, sharp images, no fading, superbly hand-colored in pastels. Tamamura [1856-19??]. Born of a branch of hereditary retainers of the Hoshinno of Rinnoji, a branch of the Imperial famimly. In 1867 he began his apprentiship with Kanemaru Genzo in Asakusa district of old Edo [Tokyo]. In 1874 he opened his own photographic studio in Asakusa. He relocated to Yokohama in 1881, catering to the clientle who were in that area. He is also the photographer who supplied all of the photos for the famous Capt. F. Brinkley book: JAPAN: Descri- bed & Illustrated by the Japanese. For more details on him, see T. Bennett: EARLY JAPANESE IMAGES, pp.51-54 et al * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * BUY WITH * * * * SHIPPING: WE SHIP WORLD WIDE * * * * * The shipping costs displayed for our books on ZVAB are ONLY AN ESTIMATE !!! * ACTUAL costs are based book weight, destination and value. * We will inform you of shipping costs and options once you select the book. **FOREIGN: We usually ship by registered/insured airmail to customers abroad. **DOMESTIC: We ship to USA customers by UPS/FEDEX or U.S. MAIL, appropriate insurance/registry and signature required will appply. ***** Please inquire if you have any questions regarding shipping or payments .
Japan n.d. ca 1880's, Tamamura. Large oblong brocade silk album, 38.5 x 30.5 cm., double leave collotypes, hand-color- ed, purple thread ties, hinges weak, worn, mended, solid, contents clean, all edges gilt, photo size ca. 25 x 18.5, 66
Tish,Ciravolo: Girl's Guitar Method Complete, ALFRED PUB CO INC, Januar 2007 ISBN: 0739045563
Combining the best-selling Girl's Guitar Method, Books 1 and 2 with the new Girl's Guitar Method DVD, the Girl's Guitar Method Complete Book & DVD package has everything a girl needs to learn to play guitar! Written by Tish Ciravolo, the Girl's Guitar Method is the first guitar method written especially for girls. Thousands of girls all over the world are raving about this revolutionary method's fresh and energetic approach, with a style and design that addresses the interests of young women today. Teaching from a girl's perspective, this solid method promises a sure start down a lifelong path of musical enjoyment and all the heightened self-esteem that comes with learning to play an instrument. This package also includes the new Girl's Guitar Method DVD, hosted by internationally-renowned guitarist and Daisy Rock clinician Janet Robin. The Girl's Guitar Method DVD gives girls the chance to teach themselves how to play guitar by watching and learning from one of the finest guitarists in the world. This DVD will take you from the basics of guitar-playing, like tuning and proper posture, to advanced concepts like bending, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides. Based on a method made especially for girls, and hosted by a successful guitarist who's played with Lindsey Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac), Ann & Nancy Wilson (Heart), Meredith Brooks and Michelle Shocked, girls will feel inspired to learn how to play guitar and to keep playing!
NEUBUCH! 300 mm x 226 mm x 10 mm
[SW: Bestell-Nr. ALF27650; Music / Musical Instruments / Guitar]
MAASKAMP, Evert. Afbeeldingen van de kleedingen, zeden en gewoonten in Holland, met den aanvang der negentiende eeuw. Tableaux des habillements, des moeurs et des coutumes en Hollande, au commencement du dix-neuvieme siecle. Amsterdam, Evert Maaskamp, (1811).
Second edition with accompanying texts, captions and explanations in French and Dutch of the famous first Dutch book on costumes dealing with the different costumes in the various provinces, edited by the well-known publisher Evert Maaskamp (1769-1834) in Amsterdam.The collection was originally published in five instalments from 1803 to 1807, containing only 16 plates. This edition of ca. 1811 has 4 additional plates (Nrs. 17-20). In our copy the plates are dated 1811, with the address of the London printer Colnaghi & Co underneath the address of Maaskamp engraved on all plates (including the frontispiece) but one (pl. 1). The title is undated; on the verso of the title is the Dutch explanation of the frontispiece. The French explanation is on the recto of the second leaf (verso blank). Ff. 3-4 contain the introduction in both languages, dated '1803', and mentioning the famous Dutch painter Jan Willem Pieneman (1779-1853) as the artist who has exquisitely coloured the plates by hand. An English edition with the same plates with the Dutch/French captions was published by Maaskamp in 1808. The plates are all engraved by L. Portman, under the direction of J. Kuyper ('J. Kuyper direx.'), after the drawings ('ad viv.') by J. Kuyper (Frontispiece and plates 1-6 and 8), C.F. Bounach (pl. 7 and 10), G.J.S. van Os (pl. 9), C.J. van Slangenburgh (pl. 11), D. van Oosterhout (pl. 12), D. de Keyser (pl. 13), A. Prince (pl. 14), D. Koning (pl. 15), Amersvoort (pl. 16), G. Overman (pl. 17-18 and 20), and J.W. Caspari (Nr. 19). The allegorical frontispiece in a lozenge within a decorated border represents "La Muse du dessin remet son ouvrage a Mercure". The plates, with French and Dutch captions, depict:1. An elderly lady and a young girl going to church.2. A fish-woman and tradesman in Amsterdam.3. An undertaker announcing the death of a relation to a lady standing in front of her house.4. A servant-girl and milk-girl in Rotterdam.5. A young girl playing the harpsichord with her mother knitting in the Moravian society at Zeist.6. A Moravian brother at Zeist offering for sale a needle box to a North Holland girl.7. A Captain and his wife in their best dress, just leaving the church.8. A Fisherman and his wife on the island of Schokland darning his net.9. A Fisherwoman of Scheveningen selling shrimps.10. Two young girls on the ice in Eastern Friesland, one on a sledge and one on skates.11. A country girl in Eastern Friesland selling butter.12. A country girl accompanied by a young man carrying milk in a jug somewhere in Gelderland.13. Two inhabitants of the island of Walcheren in their best dress.14. A woman and man carrying butter and eggs on their way to Zierikzee on the island of Schouwen.15. Neighbours in their best dress on the island of Zuid Beveland.16. A peasant and girl from Kromhout on their way to 's-Hertogenbosch.17. Two young women from North Holland going for a walk.18. A girl from North Holland sitting on a bench and reading a love letter.19. Two women from the island of Marken.20. A woman from Katwijk and from Volendam, both in their best dress.The extensive accompanying texts describe the costumes and people on the plates in their cultural, historical, moral and social context.
Good copy.- (Lower margin first lvs. somewhat spotted, spine damaged).
Colas 1681; cf. Vinet 2216; Lipperheide 953 (ed. 1823); Landwehr, <I>Studies in Dutch books with coloured plates</I> 358-62 (inaccur. descr.).
Large 4to. (315 x 240mm). Contemporary boards covered with green paper, gilt border along the edges, gilt spine. Engraved allegorical frontispiece and 20 full-page engraved plates of Dutch costumes, all dated 1811, all coloured by hand by the famous Dutch painter Jan Willem Pieneman. (28) lvs.
[SW: Netherlands; Costumes; Folklore]
[MAASKAMP, Evert, Jacques KUYPER & Louis PORTMAN]. Representations of dresses, morals and customs, in the Kingdom of Holland, at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Amsterdam, Printed for E. Maaskamp (and Colnaghi & Co, London), 1808 (series of plates: 1811).
Unrecorded issue of one of the English editions of the first Dutch book on costumes dealing with the different costumes in the various provinces by the publisher Evert Maaskamp (1769-1834), <I>Afbeeldingen van kleeding, zeden en gewoonten in de Bataafsche Republiek </I>... which was originally published in five installments from 1803 to 1807. The accompanying texts as well as the captions on the originally 16 plates were in Dutch and in French. Re-editions appeared in (1808?) and in 1811 with 4 additional plates (Nrs. 17-20). An English edition with the same plates with the Dutch/French captions was published by Maaskamp in 1808. Another edition with English texts was printed by J. Barfield in London for Colnaghi & Co, also in London in 1810 with both the addresses of Maaskamp and Colnaghi engraved on the plates, except for plate 1 which has the address of Maaskamp only. This unrecorded issue has the title and 23 English text leavers of the 1808 edition, combined with the 20 plates from the Dutch/French edition of 1811, all plates with the date '1811' and (except for plate 1 again) with both addresses of Maaskamp and "Colnaghi & Co, Cockspur Street, No. 43". The plates are engraved by L. Portman, under the direction of J. Kuyper ('J. Kuyper direx.'), after the drawings by J. Kuyper, the famous Dutch painter J. Pieneman, G.T.S. van Os (Nr. 9), C.F. Bounach (Nr. 7 and 10), C.J. van Slangenburgh (Nr. 11), Van Oosterhout (Nr. 12), D. de Keyser (Nr. 13), A. Prince (Nr. 14), D. de Koning (Nr. 15), Amersvoort (Nr. 16), C. Overman (Nrs. 17-18 and 20) and J.W. Caspari (Nr. 19). <B><I>All plates are very exquisitely coloured by hand.</I></B><B><I></I></B>Allegorical frontispiece in a lozenge within a decorated border represents "La Muse du dessin remet son ouvrage a Mercure". The plates depict:. An elderly lady and a young girl going to church.. A fish-woman and tradesman in Amsterdam.. An undertaker announcing the death of a relation to a lady standing in front of her house.. A servant-girl and milk-girl in Rotterdam.. A young girl playing the harpsicord with her mother knitting in the Moravian society at Zeist.. A Moravian brother at Zeist offering for sale a needle box to a North Holland girl.. A Captain and his wife in their best dress, just leaving the church.. A Fisherman and his wife on the island of Schokland darning his net.. A Fisherwoman of Scheveningen selling shrimps.. Two young girls on the ice in Eastern Friesland, one on a sledge and one on skates.. A country girl in Eastern Friesland selling butter.. A country girl accompanied by a young man carrying milk in a jug somewhere in Gelderland.. Two inhabitants of the island of Walcheren in their best dress.. A woman and man carrying butter and eggs on their way to Zierikzee on the island of Schouwen.. Neighbours in their best dress on the island of Zuid Beveland.A peasant and girl from Kromhout on their way to 's-Hertogenbosch.. Two young women from North Holland going for a walk.. A girl from North Holland sitting on a bench and reading a love letter.. Two women from the island of Marken.. A woman from Katwijk and from Volendam, both in their best dress.The extensive accompanying texts describe the costumes and people on the plates in their culural, historical, moral and social context in a very interesting way.
Good copy.- (Spine damaged, some light browning).
Cf. Vinet 2216; Colas 1680-1; Lipperheide 953; Landwehr, <I>Studies in Dutch books with coloured plates</I> 360.
Large 4to. Contemporary half leather with gilt title on spine, boards covered with marbled paper. Allegorical frontispiece and 20 magnificent full-page hand-coloured engravings. 24 lvs.
[SW: Dutch; Costumes; English]