Japanese Wood Block Prints
Uchida Wood Block Printing Co., Kyoto

 

 
Uchida Wood Block Printing Co., LTD:
Japanese Wood Block Prints, Kyoto, Uchida Wood Block Printing Co., LTD, undated but ca 1950, 12mo (5 x 7 in - 12.5 x 17.9 cm), string tied pamphlet with 8 pages (four folded pages) of English text and black and white illustrations and 24 loose plates with a woodblock print tipped to each plate. The covers (front and back) of the pamphlet are illustrated with woodblock prints. The first five pages are an English text essay on "The Outline of Japanese Wood Block Print." The final three pages of the pamphlet are illustrations, with captions, which depict the carving and printing tools used in the production of wood block prints. Accompanying the pamphlet are 22 loose plates. Each plate measures 8 1/4 x 6 in (15.1 x 21.1 cm) and has a woodblock print measuring 5 3/4 x 3 7/8 in (14.6 x 9.8 cm) tipped to the page. The folio of 22 plates demonstrates, block by block, the creation of a color wood block print. The plates are numbered A1~A11 and B1-B11. The "A" plates represent the individual blocks used to create the plate. The "B" plates show the woodblock plate as it progresses to completion after the application of the successive blocks shown in the "A" plates. Plate B11 shows the completed color woodblock print after blocks A1~A11 have been applied. The folio is housed in a cardboard box with the completed woodblock print (ie B11) tipped onto the lid.

 


Pamphlet:

   

   

   

   

   

Individual Plates (Examples of the 24)
Plate Measures 8 1/4 x 6 in - 15.1 x 21.1 cm
Tipped on Woodblock Measures 5 3/4 x 3 7/8 in - 14.6 x 9.8 cm 

   
   
   
   
   

Box Cover:
 
   

 
Books/Folios With Actual Color Woodblock Prints Illustrating the Process of Color Woodblock Printing:

  • 1907, Process of Wood-Cut Printing, The Shimbi Shoin, Tokyo, 127 pairs of prints.
  • 1907, Process of Wood-Cut Printing Explained, The Shimbi Shoin, Tokyo
  • c1916-1938, Process of Wood-Cut Printing Explained, (Two Ladies in a Boat), The Shimbi Shoin, Tokyo, more information here.
  • c1920, Process of Wood-Cut Printing Explained (Lady Fishing), The Shimbi Shoin, Tokyo, more information here.
  • c1938, The Process of Wood-Cut Printing, Asaksa Temple, Doi Hangaten, Tokyo, more information here.
  • c1940, Process of Wood-block Printing, Nishinomiya & Hasegawa, Inc, Tokyo, more information here.
  • c1950, The Process of Wood-block Color Printing (Woman in Snow with Umbrella), Takamizawa Mokubansha., Tokyo, more information here.
  • c1950, The Process of Wood-block Color Printing (Young Lovers Walking Together under an Umbrella), Takamizawa Mokubansha., Tokyo, more information here.
  • c1950, Japanese Woodblock Prints, Uchida Wood Block Printing Co. Ltd, Kyoto, more information here.
  • c1950, The Process of Color-Block Printing (Fuji and Trees), S. Watanabe, Tokyo (Ginza), more information here.
  • c1950, The Process of Color-Block Printing (Fuji and Wave), S. Watanabe, Tokyo (Ginza), more information here.
  • c1953, Process of Wood-block Printing (Fuji and Wave), probably Nishinomiya/Hasegawa, Tokyo, more information here.
  • c1953, Process of Wood-block Printing (Winter Scene with Temple & Lantern), probably Nishinomiya/Hasegawa, Tokyo, more information here.
  • c1956, Process of Printing Wood Engraving, Unso-do Co., Kyoto, Harunobu, woman beating cloth, more information here.
  • c1956, Process of Printing Wood Engraving, Unso-do Co., Kyoto, Utamaro, two women cooking from "One of Twelve Sketches of Handicraft Arts for Women," more information here.
  • c1956, Process of Printing Wood Engraving, Unso-do Co., Kyoto, Utamaro, two women weaving cloth from "One of Twelve Sketches of Handicraft Arts for Women," more information here.
  • c1956, Process of Printing Wood Engraving, Unso-do Co., Kyoto, Utamaro, "Waitress Okita from the Naniwaya Tearoom," more information here.
  • c1956, The Japanese Wood-Print, Unso-do Co., Kyoto, pamphlet discussing history of the Japanese wood-print and the implements/methods of manufacture, more information here.
  • c1963 The Process of Wood-block Color Printing, (Hiroshige's "Night Scene at Kambara"), H. Nakazawa, Tokyo, more information here.
  • c1970, Process Book of Woodblock Printing (Walking in Snow), Uchida Uchida Art Co., Ltd., more information here.
  • c1970, Process Book of Woodblock Printing (Two Children Playing), Uchida Uchida Art Co., Ltd., more information here.

 
Woodblock Print Books Available for Purchase (Process Books):

  • 1938, Process of Wood-Cut Printing Explained, (Two Ladies in a Boat), The Shimbi Shoin, purchase here.
  • c1956, Process of Printing Wood Engraving, Unso-do, Kyoto, Harunobu Suzuki, Waitress Okita from the Naniwaya Tearoom," Type II Covers, purchase here.
  • c1956, Process of Printing Wood Engraving, Unso-do, Kyoto, Harunobu Suzuki, woman beating cloth, purchase here.
  • c1956, Process of Printing Wood Engraving, Unso-do, Kyoto, Two Women Cooking from "One of Twelve Sketches of Handicraft Arts for Women," purchase here.
  • c1970, Process Book of Woodblock Printing, Walking in the Snow, Uchida Uchida Art Co., Ltd., reddish brown boards, purchase here.
  • c1970, Process Book of Woodblock Printing Walking in the Snow, Uchida Uchida Art Co., Ltd., light yellow boards, purchase here.
  • c1970, Process Book of Woodblock Printing Two Children Playing, Uchida Uchida Art Co., Ltd., purchase here.

 
Miscellaneous Woodblock Print Books and Folios Available for Purchase (Other than Process Books):

  • 1937, One Hundred Masterpieces of Famous Ukiyoye, Takamizawa Colour Print Studio, Tokyo, purchase here.
  • c1960, The Tokaido Fifty Three Stations by Hiroshige, Unso-do, Kyoto, purchase here.
  • c1960, The Thirty Six Views of Mount Fuji by Hokusai, Unso-do, Kyoto, purchase here (Fine/Fine).
  • c1960, The Thirty Six Views of Mount Fuji by Hokusai, Unso-do, Kyoto, purchase here (Fine/Very Good).
  • c1960, Twelve Months of Kyoto, (folio of 12 woodblock prints), Uchida Wood Block Printing Co., Ltd, Kyoto, Tokuriki Tomikichiro, purchase here.
  • c1960, Four Seasons of Tokyo, (folio of 4 woodblock prints with presentation folder) Uchida Wood Block Printing Co., Ltd, Kyoto, Tokuriki Tomikichiro, purchase here.
  • c1960, Four Seasons of Tokyo, (folio of 4 woodblock prints without presentation folder) Uchida Wood Block Printing Co., Ltd, Kyoto, Tokuriki Tomikichiro, purchase here.

 


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