Hirano Hakuho

Another example of a way to Develop the base fabric with low water immersion and kimono pattern Print the image of the figure Stitch in to the hair Reenforce the kimono textile with added stitching.

'Woman Wearing an Under-Sash' (1921) by Japanese painter & woodblock printmaker Ito Shinsui (1898-1972). Woodblock print. via Scholten Japanese Art

vintage geisha art: Ito Shinsui 1921 "Woman with an Undersash" (via hanga gallery/torii gallery)

Hanaogi of the Ogiya.  Ukiyo-e woodblock print, about 1830’s, Japan, by artist Keisai Eisen.

Hanaogi of the Ogiya. Ukiyo-e woodblock print, about Japan, by artist Keisai Eisen. ~Via Aiv Wen

【袷】深緑色葉柄絞り小紋と七宝文様アイボリー地名古屋帯 #kimono #着物 | ちぇらうなぼるた雑記帳

【袷】深緑色葉柄絞り小紋と七宝文様アイボリー地名古屋帯 #kimono #着物 | ちぇらうなぼるた雑記帳

A chirimen silk kimono featuring an abstract design of colored rectangles, some containing small silkscreen designs, with the pink ones containing embroidery highlights. Some gold metallic insert threads.  Taisho to very early Showa Period (1912-1930), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

A chirimen silk kimono featuring an abstract design of colored rectangles, some containing small silkscreen designs, with the pink ones containing embroidery highlights. Some gold metallic insert.

A chirimen silk kimono featuring imaginary flowers created by an unusual and unidentified technique. – each motif is slightly different than the others. Occasional gold threads as a vertical insert.  Taisho period (1912-1926), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

A chirimen silk kimono featuring imaginary flowers created by an unusual and unidentified technique. – each motif is slightly different than the others. Occasional gold threads as a vertical insert. The Kimono Gallery

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