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May 2020: Many Web images are newly revised to show more of the depth and texture of the original prints, with no sharpening or contrast adjustments. At the same time, the full-screen images appear much faster on the screen. The new images are shown as in recent exhibits, with high-power magnets securing them to metal tacks in the wall. I like the simplicity, and the texture of the etching paper or washi is revealed this way. Each full-screen image page now includes the ink, paper, sizes, and tirage -- tirage meaning how many impressions have actually been pulled from the copperplate.
The tirage number includes the total number of impressions purchased, plus those on hand. Viewers are invited to submit bids for the prints they are interested in. If a bid is accepted, simply enter that amount into the convenient link, and the print is yours...
International air shipments may be possible now (July - August 2020), depending on airline availability, though viewers are cautioned to expect delays. Please send an email message to find out the current situation. Within Japan, there is no interruption of deliveries.
To viewers working at home: It's more important than ever to put artwork into your daily surroundings -- not as decoration, but as a journey of imagination. Real intaglio has depth, and texture, and variety of tone that no screen can ever match. It expands your world when travel is paused.
Photogravure etchings are a visual experience like none other. Printed with richly pigmented inks on hand-made European etching papers or Japanese washi, their unique depth, texture, and tonality project an extraordinary three-dimensional quality. Below the images on this page, please scroll down to About the artist, links to the story of what makes these prints possible, to various Series of inter-related images. To select what fits your own surroundings and style, click any of the images below, or those in any Series, to see them full-screen. Then order from that page if the price is shown, or if not shown, submit a bid.
333. Openings, 26 x 35 cm (10 x 14"), photogravure etching, Izote French Black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo paper (2019), Pathways Series, Vityaz Bay, Russia
332. Renewal. 35 x 27 cm (14 x 11") photogravure etching, Izote French Black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo paper and Mitsumata washi (2019), Pathways Series, Vityaz Bay, Russia
334. Network-7. 35 x 24 cm (14 x 10" ) photogravure etching, Izote French Black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo paper (2019)
330. Climax Forest. 35 x 26 cm (14 x 10") photogravure etching, Izote French Black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo paper and Mitsumata washi (2017)
329. Veiled Desire. 28 x 19 cm (11 x 8") photogravure etching, Izote French Black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo paper and Morisawa washi (2017)
315. It All Comes Down to This. 43 x 31 cm (17 x 12"), photogravure etching, Warm Black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo (2014); Blackwater Falls, West Virginia, U.S.A.
311. Press/Release. 27 x 20 cm (11 x 8"), photogravure etching, Carbon Black etching ink on Rives BFK (2014); weathered rock at Vityaz Bay, Primorsky, Russia
310. Our Gift, 41 x 30 cm (17 x 12") photogravure etching, Warm black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo (2014)
320. Nocturne, 20 x 14 cm (8 x 6") photogravure etching, Carbon black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo paper (2015).
325. Peak Experience. 44 x 30 cm (18 x 12") photogravure etching, Izote Mars Black etching ink on Rives BFK paper (2016)
319. Myriad Destinies, 43 x 31 cm (17 x 12"), photogravure etching, Warm black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo (2014)
305. Time and Time Again, 33 x 25 cm (13 x 10"), photogravure etching, Carbon Black etching ink on Mitsumata washi (2014) Furusato Series, Hakone
300. Here and There ・ 移り行く, 20 x 14 cm (8 x 6"), photogravure etching, Carbon Black etching ink on Mitsumata washi (2014) Seascapes Series, Daikakuji, Kyoto
308. Network-3, 26 x 34 cm (10 x 14"), photogravure etching, Carbon Black etching ink on Mitsumata washi (2014) Seascapes Series, Ine, Japan
313. Further Reflection ・ 西芳寺。 26 x 21 cm (10 x 8") photogravure etching, Black etching ink on Fabriano paper (2014)
Etched in memory. Printed with richly pigmented inks on hand-made European etching papers or Japanese washi, the unique depth, texture, and tonality of photogravure etchings project an extraordinary three-dimensional quality. Encompassing the 500-year European intaglio copperplate etching tradition, and a millennium of Asian influences, an extraordinary discovery awaits your exploration. For any question regarding how to make this visual experience part of your everyday life, please ask.
Every full-screen page includes a link for ordering your selected prints. Simply submit a bid by email, and if your bid is accepted, enter the agreed amount in any currency into the space linked from the rice image here: Then write your postal mailing address in the message space. Your original photogravure etching will arrive, carefully flat-packaged, at that address by Yu-Pack in Japan or by EMS elsewhere.
Some prints, for example Crosswinds -- -- also link to an order form, with this icon. In this form, the title of the print selected and its price appear automatically. That order procedure is explained here.
The Japanese inquiry form or the Japanese order form may be sent in any language. Prints are delivered world-wide outside Japan by EMS, with shipments tracked in English through Japan Post.
日本国内の宛て先だったら、着払ことが出来ます。 (Payment for prints delivered in Japan may be made by C.O.D.)
The Kamakura Print Collection website has no ads, no cookies, no tracking, no pop-ups, no site-analytics, and no forced agreements. If you like a print and order it, then -- and only then -- we'll need to know where to send it. To order, just click the link to any full-screen page, then the order link, or submit a bid. Send a question about any print you're interested in, get a quick answer from a human being (me). See for yourself!
In Inklings: Photogravure etching is part of the 600-year intaglio tradition. From developments in the previously unrelated fields of optics, light-sensitive materials, and etching, a new medium arose to express the aspirations of its time and our own. To learn more, you can use the Japanese order form ・ 作品の購入 in any language. For advice and information, just send an email or use the inquiry form ・ お問い合わせ. Your inquiry is always welcome.
Framing tips How to select frames, and other ways of displaying original prints.
Explore prints by mood at xpress: Dynamic, Reflective, Mysterious, Sensual, Spontaneous, Expansive, Elegiac, Intimate, or Luminous. Or by texture: Rough, soft, flowing, granular, linear, rhythmic. At xpress you can also search by ink, paper, image size, place, Series, and price.Purchasing ・ ご注文 News ・ ﾆﾕｰｽ
Video from a visit to Nara: Returning to Nara and Yoshino
Plaisirs inattendus, l'art de la gravure; exposition des gravures de la Mongolie par Peter Miller à Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, France; entretien avec Mireille Turquois, Secrétaire de l'Association Touraine-Mongolie, et vernissage, Manoir du Tour, Saint Cyr-sur-Loire (en français)
Comments on Peter Miller photogravures by Olga Zotova, Far East University of Vladivostok, and by Alex Gorodny, Director of Artetage Museum of Modern Art, Vladivostok-TV (in Russian)
'Kamakura's Way', Part 1: An introduction to Kamakura's history, culture, and Buddhist lore through visits to its temples and ancient pathways (日本語)
'Kamakura's Way', Part 2: A visit to the temple of Zuisenji, guided by its head priest; and a dance enactment of the Yoritomo-Yoshitsune drama at Hachimangu (日本語)
'Kamakura's Way', Part 3: Etching and printing a photogravure copperplate in Peter Miller's workshop; Zen as part of everyday life, discussed by the Buddhist priest at Engakuji before a zazen session (日本語).
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The newest Network: Network-7, textures ranging from brilliant to cave-like black.
Etched copperplates linked to the prints made from them: Photogravure Copperplates
The portfolio book Clairvoyant, published by Revue K; 14 beautifully printed images from an exhibition in Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, France, with an Introduction by Jean-Yves Couteau and an essay by art philosopher Marie Parra-Aledo. Dappled Things pairs 23 photogravures by Peter Miller and with 23 poems by Robin Chapman. Both books are designed by Roman Kames in Paris, and printed on 200-gram Tintoretto paper by Imprimerie Daniel in Prague. Each may be purchased separately, or both together for a discounted price.
Introductions to my exhibits: How the locale, the gallery or museum setting, the season, and the special interests of each venue affect the selection of prints shown.
By texture: Rough, soft, flowing, granular, linear, rhythmic. Also by ink, paper, image size, place, and Series. (Please scroll down the xpress Home Page to find the search terms.) Discover the big pleasure in small prints, see all the prints on Fabriano, or all the prints from Norway, for example.
Views of The Kamakura Print Collection has occasional essays on art as a way of navigating the mysteries of life.
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