From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository
Jump to navigation Jump to search
English: Japonism, or Japonisme, the original French term, was first used in 1872 by Jules Claretie in his book L'Art Francais en 1872 and by Philippe Burty (1830–1890) in Japanisme III. La Renaissance Literaire et Artistique in the same year. Japonism might be considered a general term for the influence of the arts of Japan on those of the West, whereas in France Japonisme is also the name of a specific French style.[1] In England objects influenced by Japonism have been termed Anglo-Japanese, from as early as 1851[2]
Français : Le japonisme est l'influence de la civilisation et de l'art japonais sur les artistes et écrivains, premièrement français, puis occidentaux. L'art qui résulta de cette influence est qualifié de japonesque.
Slovenčina: Japonéria (franc. Japonisme, angl. Japonism) je umelecký štýl vo výtvarnom umení, literatúre, hudbe a umeleckých remeslách v kultúrnom okruhu západnej civilizácie, ktorý začal vznikať v druhej polovici 19. storočia v Európe.
日本語: ジャポニスム(仏: Japonisme)、あるいはジャポニズム(英: Japonism)とは、フランスを中心としたヨーロッパで見られた日本趣味の潮流のこと。
European imitation of Japanese art during the 19th and 20th centuries
Wikipedia-logo-v2.svg  Wikipedia
Instance of cultural movement
Subclass of Orientalism
Authority control
Blue pencil.svg


This category has the following 16 subcategories, out of 16 total.






Media in category "Japonism"

The following 36 files are in this category, out of 36 total.