WorldCat Identities

Kusakabe, Kinbē 1841-1932

Works: 10 works in 13 publications in 4 languages and 78 library holdings
Genres: History  Photographs  Pictorial works 
Roles: Photographer
Classifications: TR140.K826, 779.24092
Publication Timeline
Publications about  Kinbē Kusakabe Publications about Kinbē Kusakabe
Publications by  Kinbē Kusakabe Publications by Kinbē Kusakabe
posthumous Publications by Kinbē Kusakabe, published posthumously.
Most widely held works about Kinbē Kusakabe
Most widely held works by Kinbē Kusakabe
Staging desires : Japanese femininity in Kusakabe Kimbei's nineteenth-century souvenir photography by Mio Wakita ( Book )
2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 44 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Souvenirfotografien in der Meji-Zeit zeigten inszenierte Darstellungen. Der Fotograf Kusakabe Kimbei (1841-1934) gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Produzenten von Souvenirfotografien im Japan des ausgehenden 19. Jahrhunderts. Seine Bilder zeigen japanische Schönheiten bei unterschiedlichen Handlungen. Diese fotografischen Inszenierungen entstanden in Anlehnung an japanische Bildtraditionen. Ausgangspunkte der Untersuchung von Mio Wakita sind: die soziokulturelle Identität der Modelle, die Darstellungskonventionen japanischer Frauen der Meji-Ära sowie Kimbeis visuelle Kodierungen japanischer Weiblichkeit. Das Buch beleuchtet die komplexen visuellen Bedeutungsstrukturen und zeigt, welche vielschichtigen Bedeutungen Kimbeis Frauenbilder haben
Japan by Kinbē Kusakabe ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
(Cont.) Arima, set in narrow valley; Ainu in village, Island of Yezo; Onomichi Bingo, Inland Sea, general view of inlets, islands, mountains beyond; Kintai Bashi Bridge, Iwakumi; Nagasaki: inlets & islands, bridge over creek & houses, Nakashima at Nagasaki, Bronze horse Temple, sculpture of horse at right
E.G. Stillman Japanese collection ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Albums contain mostly hand-colored albumen prints documenting the early history of commercial photography in Japan. They include many examples of "Yokohama Shashin" by influential photographers such as Felice Beato and Kimbei Kusakabe. Images portray Japan and traditional Japanese culture during the Meiji period. They include scenic landscapes, Mount Fuji, lakes and springs, villages and cities, sites along the Tōkaidō road, Nagoya and Osaka castles, the Imperial Palace, gardens and cherry trees, pagodas and Buddhist temples, torii and Shinto shrines; also, genre scenes or studio portraits showing traveling vendors, sumo wrestlers, geishas, women harvesting rice and tea leaves, samurai, craftsmen, laborers, sedan-chair bearers, and Buddhist monks. Of special note, black-and-white images of the Port Arthur theater of operations during the Russo-Japanese War. Includes one album of Buddhist sculpture from the Tianlong Shan cave temples in China's Shangxi province
Japan : special art folio ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Supplement to the 10 volume Japanese-produced, American-published sets of Francis (Frank) Brinkley's "Japan: Described and Illustrated by the Japanese" [Boston. J.B. Millet Co., 1897]. The 10 volumes were illustrated with 260 hand-colored albumen prints, sixty of which were full-plate matted prints
Nineteenth-Century international photographs ( Visual )
in Italian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This collection contains primarily landscape and cityscape views primarily taken by professional photographers at international sites during the last quarter of the 19th century. Photographers represented include Félix Bonfils, Kinbē Kusakabe, LaRoche Photo, Achille Mauri, Scowen & Co., J. Pascal Sébah, Sebah & Joaillier, and Giorgio Sommer. Only those images from Hawaii appear to have been made by an amateur photographer. Locations represented are Ceylon, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, and the United States (Alaska and Hawaii). All images are albumen prints, mounted on boards; all images from Japan are also hand-tinted
Hermann Jackson Warner photograph collection ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Photographs collected by writer Hermann Jackson Warner. Most of the images are photographs taken and collected during his travels in Europe and Asia, among other places, with his wife, Mary Poyntell Stayley Warner, from 1869-1905. These photographs include formal and snapshot photographs of the Warners in Europe and Japan, as well as commercial views of various places that they visited and photos of European artwork. There are also a number of portrait photographs of various members of the Warner, Williams, and Staley family. Most of the photographs in this collection are identified and inscribed in the hand of Hermann Jackson Warner. Photographers include Warner family friend Harriet von Roth; Kimbei Kusakabe of Japan; and James Wallace Black and John Adams Whipple of Boston, Mass., among many other European and Asian photographers. Includes cartes de visite, cabinet cards, tintypes, and Kodak snapshots
[Album de 145 phot. du Japon] by Japon) Shin-E-Do (Kobe ( Visual )
in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Audience Level
Audience Level
  Kids General Special  
Audience level: 0.86 (from 0.00 for [Album de ... to 1.00 for E.G. Still ...)
Alternative Names
Kimbei, Kusakabe 1841-1932
Kinbei Kusakabe 1841-1934
Kusakabe, Kimbei 1841-1932
Kusakabe, Kinbee.
Kusakabe, Kinbee, 1841-1932
Kusakabe, Kinbei, 1841-1932
クサカベ, キンベエ, 1841-1932
日下部, 金兵衛, 1841-1932
日下部 金兵衛 1841-1934
English (9)
Japanese (2)
Italian (1)
French (1)