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Noh: Hibariyama / Kinoshita Yumeji - Hibariyama
- Product ID
- Kinoshita Yumeji
A Japanese-style painter
Born in Aichi pref.
- 690mm x 1380mm
- Roller End Material
- Material of the Work
- JPY 25,000
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- In stock
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“Noh” is a theatrical art form that has been handed down through generations and labeled one of the world’s oldest performing arts. It has also been designated as an “Intangible Cultural Heritage” by UNESCO. Noh is a total art form comprised of drama, music, and dance elements. While often compared to western opera, the differences can be quite startling. Due to the use of masks in Noh, one can call Noh a “mask drama.”
Noh has enchanted people all over the world through its charms including sharp skills in the art of chanting and dancing, fascinating stories, literary sophistication, and diversity of expression. The accumulated appeal has resulted in the unshakable international reputation of Noh art, registered as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of UNESCO.
This is a painting of a Noh actor performing the play “Hibariyama” by Kinoshita Yumeji.