|Title:||Jinkō chinō no kenkyūshatachi (Japanese Edition)|
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|Publisher:||Kyōritsu Shuppan; Shohan edition (1990)|
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Fumio Sasaki is not an enlightened minimalism expert; he’s just a regular guy who was stressed at work, insecure, and constantly comparing himself to others-until one day he decided to change his life by reducing his possessions to the bare minimum.
SYNOPSIS Kenji Mizoguchi looms over the history not only of Japanese cinema - but of world cinema altogether. These eight films from the last decade of Mizoguchi's career represent a collection of eight of his greatest works, which is to say, eight of the greatest films ever made. Sansho dayu (1954), aka Sansho the Bailiff, recounts an unforgettably sad story of the 11th century involving kidnapping and indentured servitude - and figures, again, with its exquisite tone and purity of emotion as one of the most critically revered films of any era. Uwasa no onna (1954), another Mizoguchi picture set in a modern geisha house, pits mother against daughter, with the ensuing drama forcing both to confront their attitudes toward family and business in what is one of the filmmaker's most astute filmic examinations of oppressed femininity.
Fumio Kitaoka in a 1966 photo while living in Minneapolis. Kitaoka was a Fullbright visiting professor at the Minneapolis School of Art in 1964-65. htm and Revisiting Modern Japanese Prints: Selected Works from the Richard F. Grott Family Collection, Helen M. Nagata, Helen Merritt, Northern Illinois University Art Museum, 2007, p. 93 and as footnoted. Fumio Kitaoka has been named an honorary member of the Japan Print association and has served as Director of the Japanese Artists Association. He died of pneumonia on April 23 2007. 1 Made in Japan - The Postwar Creative Print Movement, Alicia Volk, Milwaukee Art Museum, 2005, p. 33-34.
Kitaoka Fumio (北岡 文雄, 1918 - April 23, 2007), born in Tokyo, was a Japanese artist. He was trained in oil painting, and later became interested in woodblock printing. Born in Tokyo in 1918, Kitaoka studied oil painting with Fujishima Takeji at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts from 1936 to 1941. In his third and fourth years, he was instructed in woodblock printing by Un'ichi Hiratsuka