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    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

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 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

 No term available

 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09     •     Categories: Printmaking, Ukiyo-e techniques

  Kappazuri · kappa-zuri · kappazuri-e · katagamizuri-e

Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

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Japanese art genre Wikidata

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09     •     Categories: Ukiyo-e

  Kappazuri

Les Kappazuri, aussi connues comme kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e et katagamizuri-e, sont des estampes monochromes imprimées sur des planchettes de bois puis colorées au pochoir. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

 No term available

 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

 No term available

 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

 No term available

 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

 No term available

 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

 No term available

 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

 No term available

 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

 No term available

 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01373964n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/08/09

 No term available

 Kappazuri, also known as kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, and as katagamizuri-e, are Japanese prints printed in a single color from woodblocks and then colored by stenciling. Wikipedia


 

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kappazuri, kappa-zuri, kappazuri-e, katagamizuri-e
kappazuri

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