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When the western world became familiar with ukiyo-e, many famous artists such as Van Gogh, Bonnard, Cassatt, Monet, to name a few, drew inspiration from it in their own works. Van Gogh is one of the examples of the great influence of this aesthetic, as ukiyo-e almost entirely changed the trajectory of his career as an artist. Émile Bernard, a friend of Van Gogh, had begun to implement large surfaces of simple colors with bold outlines, and Van Gogh eventually drew inspiration from this. The use of ukiyo-e techniques is largely what defined Van Gogh's legacy and separated his work from that of many other Western artists.

Van Gogh's Courten (after Eisen) by Vincent Van photo retouching service Gogh illustrates the influence of Japanese prints on the Western world, via Van Gogh Museum Vincent Van Gogh Van Gogh uses bold colors and soft outlines to bring flat tints to life, via Met Museum Many artists were intrigued by the asymmetrical space and endless horizons of ukiyo-e paintings and began to incorporate these characteristics into their own works. Many Western interpretations of ukiyo-e techniques evolved the design into what it is today.  that you learn the basic skills first. Strikingly has listed these three things for you that you should definitely keep in mind when designing your business card.



Although the artworks of the ukiyo-e movement served similar purposes to those of Western art, they nevertheless remained very different from what the Western world sought (and continues to seek). Ukiyo-e directly opposes the Western world's desire for hyperrealism and instead focuses on more minimalist work, creating "flat" and asymmetrical paintings, with vibrant yet simple color palettes, that fully portray Japan. urban of the time and largely its nocturnal culture. Even today, modern art tends to focus on expressionistic, detailed and surreal styles of painting, but bright colors and precise subjects remain relevant thanks to the influence of ukiyo-e. The qualities to have to design your business card If you are new to business card layout, it is recommended.

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