pregleda

Flower Arrangement: The Ikebana Way


Cena:
1.990 din
Želi ovaj predmet: 2
Stanje: Polovan bez oštećenja
Garancija: Ne
Isporuka: BEX
Pošta
Post Express
Lično preuzimanje
Plaćanje: Tekući račun (pre slanja)
PostNet (pre slanja)
Ostalo (pre slanja)
Lično
Grad: Novi Beograd,
Beograd-Novi Beograd
Prodavac

superunuce (4729)

PREMIUM član
Član je postao Premium jer:
- ima 100 jedinstvenih pozitivnih ocena od kupaca,
- tokom perioda od 6 meseci uplati minimum 20.000 dinara na svoj Limundo račun.

100% pozitivnih ocena

Pozitivne: 6981

  Pošalji poruku

Svi predmeti člana


Kupindo zaštita

ISBN: Ostalo
Godina izdanja: 1972.
Jezik: Engleski
Autor: Strani
Oblast: Vrtlarstvo

Flower Arrangement: The Ikebana Way / Minobu Ohi, Senei Ikenobo, Houn Ohara, Sofu Teshigahara


Njujork, SAD 1972. Tvrd povez, zaštitni omot, bogato ilustrovano, veliki format (26 cm), engleski jezik, 286 strana.
Napomena: na predlistu posveta; na par strana blagi tragovi grafitne olovke (uredno obeleženo po par reči); ako se to izuzme, knjiga je veoma dobro / odlično očuvana.




Though an ancient art in Japan, the Ikebana way of arranging flowers is as beautiful, refreshing and decorative in a modern American home as in its traditional Japanese setting.
With hundreds Of photographs and diagrams, the Headmasters of the three main Ikebana schools—Ikenobo Ohara, and Sogetsu—present precise instruction in the fine art of floral decoration, explain their diverse approaches, and show how color, shape and the texture of flowers are used to harmonize the laws of nature and humanity and instill meaning with beauty into each arrangement. More than merely `decoration,` the Ikebana way of flower arranging encourages the arranger to fully express himself by infusing each arrangement with a sense of space, of motion, of time past and future, of season, ofrhythm, ofemotion. Aconcise history, presenting clearly and simply the remote origins, philosophical basis and tradition of Ikebana, serves as a comprehensive and authoritative basis for its appreciation and practice. Once understood, the individual creates arrangements to express his own personality and that of his own home— in Japan or in America. A serious Ikebana arranger induces cut flowers and branches to look natural and `living` in an unnatural environment—a vase on a table or mantel—to express the beauty of nature, enhanced by the arranger`s message of joy, of love, of condolence.
Man`s innate craving for beauty in life makes it easy to understand why Ikebana has played so important a role in Japan`s long cultural history. It also explains why, in this age of ecological crisis, Japanese flower arranging has gained such widespread acceptance and popularity the world over and why it is being earnestly studied and practiced in so many modern American homes.




Sadržaj:
PREFACE by William Campbell Steere
THE HISTORY OF IKEBANA by Minobu Ohi
The Origin of Ikebana
— Flowers Offered to Buddha
— The Establishment of Floral Art
Rikka
— The Arrangers
— Texts on the Rikka Style
— Rikka and Nageire in the Momoyama Period
— Festivals and Flowers
— Popularity of Rikka
— Kabuki and Rikka
Flower Arrangement in the Genroku Period
Flower Arrangement in the Meiji Era
Flower Arrangement of Today
THE IKENOBO SCHOOL by Senei Ikenobo
The Philosophy of Ikebana
— Concepts
— Structure
Fundamental Form of Ikebana
— Posture
— Basic Structure
— Proportions
Development of the Forms of Ikebana
— Rikka
— Nageirebana
— Shoka
— Nageire
— Moribana
Development of Creative Representation
Styles of Ikebana
— Nageire
— Moribana
— Shoka
— Rikka
Nageire
— Methods of Arranging Nageire
Moribana
— Methods of Arranging Moribana
— How to Use the Kenzan
Creative Developments in Ikebana
Ikebana for Annual and Special Observances
The Way to the Shoka Form
Shoka
— Methods of Arranging Shoka
Rikka
— Methods of Arranging Rikka
THE OHARA SCHOOL by Houn Ohara
Ikebana in the Ohara School
— The Basic Forms
— The Five Basic styles
— The Five Methods
— The Trends
Basic Rules for Moribana
Basic Rules for Heika
Ikebana for Beginners
— Upright Style—Moribana
— Upright Style—Heika
— Slanting Style—Moribana
— Slanting Style—Heika
— Cascade Style—Moribana
— Cascade Style—Heika
— Heavenly Style—Moribana
— Heavenly Style—Heika
— Contrasting Style—Moribana
— Contrasting Style—Heika
— Use of the Kenzan and Shippo
Examples of Various Forms and Styles
THE SOGETSU SCHOOL by Sofu Teshigahara
Ikebana in the Sogetsu School
— Size of Arrangements
— Combination of Flowers
— When No Container Is Needed
— The Use of Withered Plants
— Beauty of Line
Examples of Sogetsu Ikebana
Fundamental Forms of the Sogetsu School
— Principal and Subordinate Stems
— Three Main Stems Length of Main Stems
— How to Measure Vase
— Length of Shin
— Direction and Angle of Principal Stem
Preservation of Cut Flowers
Method of Practice—Moribana
— How to Secure Stems
— How to Use the Kenzan
— Correct Positions
Example 1
— Care of Flowers
Example 2
Method of Practice—Nageire
— Securing Stems in Place
Example 3
Example 4
Example 5
Original Arrangements — Free Style
From Applied Form to Free Style


Dogovor za ploče
Knjige šaljem posle uplate naznačenog iznosa.
Poštarinu plaća kupac.
Moguće i lično preuzimanje u BGu.


Mogućnost dostave nedeljom u intervalu od 12:30h do 17h preko Limunda za kupce sa teritorije Novog Beograda i Zvezdare. Cena dostave je 200 dinara za jedan ili više kupljenih predmeta težine do 5kg i usluga se plaća na moj račun uz cenu predmeta. Oko satnice isporuke bićete kontaktirani od strane Limunda nakon izvršene uplate


Predmet: 61994565
Flower Arrangement: The Ikebana Way / Minobu Ohi, Senei Ikenobo, Houn Ohara, Sofu Teshigahara


Njujork, SAD 1972. Tvrd povez, zaštitni omot, bogato ilustrovano, veliki format (26 cm), engleski jezik, 286 strana.
Napomena: na predlistu posveta; na par strana blagi tragovi grafitne olovke (uredno obeleženo po par reči); ako se to izuzme, knjiga je veoma dobro / odlično očuvana.




Though an ancient art in Japan, the Ikebana way of arranging flowers is as beautiful, refreshing and decorative in a modern American home as in its traditional Japanese setting.
With hundreds Of photographs and diagrams, the Headmasters of the three main Ikebana schools—Ikenobo Ohara, and Sogetsu—present precise instruction in the fine art of floral decoration, explain their diverse approaches, and show how color, shape and the texture of flowers are used to harmonize the laws of nature and humanity and instill meaning with beauty into each arrangement. More than merely `decoration,` the Ikebana way of flower arranging encourages the arranger to fully express himself by infusing each arrangement with a sense of space, of motion, of time past and future, of season, ofrhythm, ofemotion. Aconcise history, presenting clearly and simply the remote origins, philosophical basis and tradition of Ikebana, serves as a comprehensive and authoritative basis for its appreciation and practice. Once understood, the individual creates arrangements to express his own personality and that of his own home— in Japan or in America. A serious Ikebana arranger induces cut flowers and branches to look natural and `living` in an unnatural environment—a vase on a table or mantel—to express the beauty of nature, enhanced by the arranger`s message of joy, of love, of condolence.
Man`s innate craving for beauty in life makes it easy to understand why Ikebana has played so important a role in Japan`s long cultural history. It also explains why, in this age of ecological crisis, Japanese flower arranging has gained such widespread acceptance and popularity the world over and why it is being earnestly studied and practiced in so many modern American homes.




Sadržaj:
PREFACE by William Campbell Steere
THE HISTORY OF IKEBANA by Minobu Ohi
The Origin of Ikebana
— Flowers Offered to Buddha
— The Establishment of Floral Art
Rikka
— The Arrangers
— Texts on the Rikka Style
— Rikka and Nageire in the Momoyama Period
— Festivals and Flowers
— Popularity of Rikka
— Kabuki and Rikka
Flower Arrangement in the Genroku Period
Flower Arrangement in the Meiji Era
Flower Arrangement of Today
THE IKENOBO SCHOOL by Senei Ikenobo
The Philosophy of Ikebana
— Concepts
— Structure
Fundamental Form of Ikebana
— Posture
— Basic Structure
— Proportions
Development of the Forms of Ikebana
— Rikka
— Nageirebana
— Shoka
— Nageire
— Moribana
Development of Creative Representation
Styles of Ikebana
— Nageire
— Moribana
— Shoka
— Rikka
Nageire
— Methods of Arranging Nageire
Moribana
— Methods of Arranging Moribana
— How to Use the Kenzan
Creative Developments in Ikebana
Ikebana for Annual and Special Observances
The Way to the Shoka Form
Shoka
— Methods of Arranging Shoka
Rikka
— Methods of Arranging Rikka
THE OHARA SCHOOL by Houn Ohara
Ikebana in the Ohara School
— The Basic Forms
— The Five Basic styles
— The Five Methods
— The Trends
Basic Rules for Moribana
Basic Rules for Heika
Ikebana for Beginners
— Upright Style—Moribana
— Upright Style—Heika
— Slanting Style—Moribana
— Slanting Style—Heika
— Cascade Style—Moribana
— Cascade Style—Heika
— Heavenly Style—Moribana
— Heavenly Style—Heika
— Contrasting Style—Moribana
— Contrasting Style—Heika
— Use of the Kenzan and Shippo
Examples of Various Forms and Styles
THE SOGETSU SCHOOL by Sofu Teshigahara
Ikebana in the Sogetsu School
— Size of Arrangements
— Combination of Flowers
— When No Container Is Needed
— The Use of Withered Plants
— Beauty of Line
Examples of Sogetsu Ikebana
Fundamental Forms of the Sogetsu School
— Principal and Subordinate Stems
— Three Main Stems Length of Main Stems
— How to Measure Vase
— Length of Shin
— Direction and Angle of Principal Stem
Preservation of Cut Flowers
Method of Practice—Moribana
— How to Secure Stems
— How to Use the Kenzan
— Correct Positions
Example 1
— Care of Flowers
Example 2
Method of Practice—Nageire
— Securing Stems in Place
Example 3
Example 4
Example 5
Original Arrangements — Free Style
From Applied Form to Free Style


61994565 Flower Arrangement: The Ikebana Way

LimundoGrad koristi kolačiće u statističke i marketinške svrhe. Nastavkom korišćenja sajta smatramo da ste pristali na upotrebu kolačića. Više informacija.