Japanese Painter, Woodcutter, and Printer
Photo Credit: photo: R. Lee
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Japanese Painter, Woodcutter, and Printerca. 1900
194 x 160 mm (7.6 x 6.3 in.)
Emil Orlik, Czech, (1870–1932)
- art - Use with reference to the study or practice of the fine arts or the fine and decorative arts together. With reference to the visual and performing arts together, use "arts." For actual works or objects of the fine or decorative arts, use "works of art" or "art objects." [November 1994 related term added. March 1991 scope note changed.]
- artist portraits
- artists - Use specifically for people who produce work in the visual arts. For those in the performing arts, use "performing artists." [May 1995 related term added. February 1993 descriptor moved. November 1992 alternate term added.]
- Japan - TGN 1000120
- male portraits
- portraits - Representations of real individuals that are intended to capture a known or supposed likeness; for representations of fictional or mythological characters, use "figures (representations)." [March 1993 lead-in term added. April 1991 descriptor m
- printmaker portraits
- printmakers - Persons who prepare, conceive, and develop drawings and other art work and prepare printmaking media used to print fine arts graphics. For persons in the commercial printing trade, use "printers (people)." [April 1993 related terms added. February 1993 descriptor moved. December 1992 alternate term added.]
- triptychs - Paintings or carvings consisting of or mounted on three attached panels, often hinged so that the outer wings fold over the central portion; a common form for altarpieces. Also used for other works having three related images side by side.
- woodcutters - Use for people who make woodcut blocks or the prints from them; for those who cut trees for lumber, use "loggers"; for those who carve objects or ornament in wood, use "woodcarvers." [February 1993 descriptor moved. December 1992 alternate term added. May 1991 scope note changed.]
- image Dimensions: 194 x 160 mm (7.6 x 6.3 in.)
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