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  • Japanese Scrool Paintings - Arte Japonesa - Rolos de Papel de Seda Decorativos mauj77 Kakemono é um rolo de papel ou de seda horizontal ou vertical, emoldurado com um brocado, onde há pintado uma poesia, um provérbio, ou uma pintura, retratando uma paisagem. Geralmente ele é posicionado no Tokonoma formando uma composição ornamental. O Tokonoma é um tipo de alcova, é o lugar mais nobre da sala de chá, usado para expor pinturas, caligrafias, arranjos florais, bonsai e outros objetos artísticos. O lugar mais próximo do Tokonoma é reservado para a visita de honra. Para nós o Tokonoma é o palco eo Kakemono uma composição coreográfica. Os arranjos ornamentais dispostos no Tokonoma tem o sentido de dar boas-vindas e como uma mostra de respeito ao convidado. A kakemono (掛物?, "hanging"), more commonly referred to as a kakejiku (掛軸?, "hung scroll"), is a Japanese scroll painting or calligraphy mounted usually with silk fabric edges on a flexible backing, so that it can be rolled for storage. As opposed to makimono, which are meant to be unrolled laterally on a flat surface, a kakemono is intended to be hung against a wall as part of the interior decoration of a room. It is traditionally displayed in the tokonoma alcove of a room especially designed for the display of prized objects. When displayed in a cha***su, or teahouse for the traditional tea ceremony, the choice of the kakemono and its complementary flower arrangement help set the spiritual mood of the ceremony. Often the kakemono used for this will bear calligraphy of a Zen phrase in ...
  • AB Levy Gallery Presents A Satsuma Vase by Kinkozan, painted by Sozan, Meiji Period. Of ovoid form, painted with a continuous panel over a strippled ground, with an array of scholar's objects, such as a desk, cabinet, writing implements, books, works of art, tea pot and cups and a landscape kakemono, the shoulder with a profusion of flower heads, signed Kyoto Kinkozan zo, the base, kakemono and table screen signed Sozan. 8 1/4" high.
  • Straight to Video This irreverent take on popular culture, satirises the media through a series of trailers for films that don't exist. Mimicing the short, quick hits so commonly employed to grab the attention of today's attention deficited public, the film goes from slasher horror, to action adventure, with some contempory spoofing inbetween. The horror film tells of a cursed university hall of residence, where failure to pay fees results in lethal consequences. The action adventure tells the story of the legendary Kakemono Oe Oe, a vagabond who had lost her way. She is taken in by the wise master and taught much in the way of the ancient martial arts. But soon she has to defend for herself against the evil Nancy Boy and his highly trained bunnymen. Straight to Video took the award for Best Effects at St Andrews' CampusMovieFest in 2004.
  • Kakejiku - 3 Honshi Japan Scrolls - Wood Kanji Unboxing 1080HD Kakejiku - A kakemono (掛物"hanging"), more commonly referred to as a kakejiku (掛軸"hung scroll"), is a Japanese scroll painting or calligraphy mounted usually with silk fabric edges on a flexible backing, so that it can be rolled for storage. As opposed to makimono, which are meant to be unrolled laterally on a flat surface, a kakemono is intended to be hung against a wall as part of the interior decoration of a room. It is traditionally displayed in the tokonoma alcove of a room especially designed for the display of prized objects. When displayed in a cha***su, or teahouse for the traditional tea ceremony, the choice of the kakemono and its complementary flower arrangement help set the spiritual mood of the ceremony. Often the kakemono used for this will bear calligraphy of a Zen phrase in the hand of a distinguished Zen master. In contrast to byōbu (folding screen) or shohekiga (wall paintings), kakemono can be easily and quickly changed to match the season or occasion. The kakemono was introduced to Japan during the Heian period, primarily for displaying Buddhist images for religious veneration, or as a vehicle to display calligraphy or poetry. From the Muromachi period, landscapes, flower and bird paintings, portraiture, and poetry became the favorite themes The "Maruhyousou" style of kakejiku has four distinct named sections. The top section is called the "ten" heaven. The bottom is the "chi" earth with the "hashira" pillars supporting the heaven and earth on the ...