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Textile Art of Modern Japan: From Painting Copy to Pattern Design
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Pages: 35-43
Year: Issue:  2
Journal: Decoration

Keyword:  Meiji periodTextilePaintingPatternDesign;
Abstract: Regarding painting as the inspiration of creativity or the model of design pattern was the aim of textile techniques in mid Meiji, so that textile design was represented as painting itself as possible. Therefore, Meiji Style, the combination of traditional painting and overseas skills, was named. Pattern design should be adapted to techniques was put forward in manufacture since over-copied original painting was necessarily undermined textile techniques. The concept of Pattern helped to separate design process from production process. So people could observe the overall look of the textile product in the stage of pattern design, and the manufacturing of textile product could be specified systematically as modern industry’s division of works. Pattern, embodying modern design elements, had its significance in the process of modern Japan arts and crafts.
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