"Ordeal by Roses/ Barake" by Eikoh Hosoe (細江 英公)
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Portrait of Yukio Mishima by Eikoh Hosoe (細江 英公, Hosoe Eikō, born 18 March 1933 in Yonezawa, Yamagata)) is a Japanese photographer and filmmaker who emerged in the experimental arts movement of post-World War II Japan. He is known for his psychologically charged images, often exploring subjects such as death, erotic obsession, and irrationality. #eikohhosoe #yukiomishima #famous #blackandwhite
Ordeal by Roses (Barakei) #32, 1961 by Hosoe Eikoh http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_MmRVVROy-Jo/S6jYbDSFzSI/AAAAAAAALWQ/S9YetL4um5Y/s1600/eikoh+hosoe1234.jpg
三島由紀夫の「薔薇刑」より。細江英公（写真家） "Barakei" Mishima Yukio (photographer: Hosoe Eikō)
Eikoh HOSOE :: Yukio Mishima, from Ordeal by Roses [Barakei] # 32, 1961
Eikoh Hosoe (Japanese, born 1933). Ordeal by Roses (Barakei) *32, 1961
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Ordeal by Roses (Barakei) #32, 1961 by Hosoe Eikoh Mishima
© Eikoh Hosoe, 1963, Portrait of Yukio Mishima, from the book ‘Ba-Ra-Kei’ The Japanese writer Yukio Mishima committed suicide in 1970, “worn out by conflicts between spirit and flesh, words and the body, art and action”. The book containing this image, Ordeal by Roses (Ba-Ra-Kei), was only published after Mishima’s death, in 1971. Its final chapter was about dreams and death and can be seen as a morbid rehearsal for his last days. (read more) “The portrait with the single rose is a picture of polarities. The dark menace of his eyes is of a man on a determined course. The white rose bleeds into the white of his skin. The picture is stripped down to a final mask with a fierce lyrical accusation.” (Mark Holborn, author) » find more photos of famous people here « | » find more photobooks here «
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Yukio Mishima. Last words, before committing seppuku (ritual suicide): I don't think they even heard me.
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Mishima Yukio - The Last Samurai
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Yukio Mishima in New York, 1964. Photograph: Carlo Bavagnoli/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Image
Yukio Mishima. New York, 1964. Photo: Carlo Bavagnoli.
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“Possessing by letting go of things was a secret of ownership unknown to youth.” - Yukio MISHIMA (1925~1970), Japanese author 三島由紀夫
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Yukio Mishima - Acting out his own sepuku...
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These photos depict Mishima himself committing seppuku, and it is clear from this that the Noboru and his gang's views are Mishima's own. Both Mishima and the boys considered the punishment for breaking the bushido code or for failing at a mission (Mishima had a failed coup attempt) to be seppuku, as death is the ultimate glory and reward for a samurai.
Yukio Mishima - Acting out his own sepuku. Made a media-event of his suicide. I choose for this. The way of the Warrior.
Yukio Mishima, born Kimitake Hiraoka (1925-70; Yukio Mishima was his pennamSeppuku (or as it’s commonly known “harakiri”) is a form of Japanese ritual suicide by disembowelment. As part of the samurai bushido honor code, seppuku was used voluntarily by samurai to die with honor rather than fall into the hands of their enemies (and likely suffer torture), as a form of capital punishment for samurai who had committed serious offenses, or performed for other reasons that had brought shame to them.
Yukio Mishima - Acting out his own sepuku. Made a media-event of his suicide.
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Yukio Mishima, sublime writer, shitty fascist. The best title EVER: The sailor who fell from grace with the sea. You could write seventeen volumes with that title alone...
"Le monde est plein d'engrenages qui manquent. [...] mais il me semble à moi, au moins pour ce qui en est de notre globe, que la seule chose qui le fasse tourner sans accroc, c'est le fait qu'ici et là, manquent des engrenages."- Dojoji et autres nouvelles, Folio n°3629) Yukio Mishima
Yukio Mishima. I am at this point, uncaring of how wrong or ironic this may sound but THIS. This is exactly what I thought Ryiuji would look like. My words can't even express... it just feels to me now like the entire books was a reader insert where Mishima was showing himself as he saw himself and how, maybe, in his inability to preserve the old ways of Japan, he too fell from grace only his resurrection is the writing in which he tries to gain some of that grace and glory back.
Yukio Mishima =http://www.revistazunai.com/ensaios/gianfrancisco_mishima.htm = iniciou sua brilhante carreira de sucessos em 1944, obtendo uma menção do Imperador por ter sido o primeiro colocado entre os graduados da Escola dos Pares. Em 1947, diplomou-se em Direito pela Universidade Imperial de Tóquio. Desde a publicação de seu primeiro romance, em 1948, o escritor Mishima mostrou em sua obra uma trágica visão do conflito entre os valores tradicionais do Japão e a crescente ocidentalização ..
Yukio Mishima, 1969by Kishin Shinoyama
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Yukio Mishima St Sebastian.
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Author Yukio Mishima photographed by Tamotsu Yatō. Oh my, maybe I should read something of his!
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Yukio Mishima Japanese writer, one of the most important Japanese authors of the 20th century; nominated three times for the Nobel Prize in Literature also remembered for his ritual suicide by seppuku.
The author Yukio Mishima, from Young Samurai: Bodybuilders of Japan, Japan, 1967 photograph by Tamotsu Yato.
Yukio Mishima (1925 - 1970)On November 25, 1970, novelist, playwright, actor, and believer in “the samurai way” Yukio Mishima proceeded to perform harakiri, ritual Japanese suicide.On the day of his death Mishima had delivered to his publishers the final pages of Tennin Gosui (The Sea of Fertility), the author’s account of the Japanese experience in the twentieth century.
Yukio Mishima Japanese photographer Tamotsu Yato (1925?-73) took thousands of photos between '65-'66 and published them in Young Samurai in...
"Yukio Mishima, the pen name of Kimitake Hiraoka (平岡 公威 Hiraoka Kimitake), January 14, 1925 – November 25, 1970), a Japanese author, poet, playwright, actor, and film director
Yukio Mishima, Japanese author, poet, playwright, actor, and film director. Mishima is considered one of the most important Japanese authors of the 20th century; he was nominated three times for the Nobel Prize in Literature and was poised to win the prize in 1968. His avant-garde work displayed a blending of modern and traditional aesthetics that broke cultural boundaries, with a focus on sexuality, death, and political change. He is also remembered for his ritual suicide.
Yukio Mishima (三島由紀夫), photographed by Tamotsu Yato (矢頭保)
三島由紀夫 - Mishima. He looks good in this picture.
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Yukio Mishima's severed head, November 1970
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Mishima Yukio committed seppuku. Afterwards, his lover cut his head off.
Cadáver de Mishima tras realizarse el sucidio ritual, sepukku. 1970.
Yukio Mishima’s head, after seppuku and daki-kiri, 1970
“Caballos desbocados” (“奔馬’”), de Yukio Mishima (1969).
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The head of Mishima Yukio
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"Nobody even imagines how well one can lie about the state of one’s own heart." — (Thirst for Love)
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Yukio Mishima 三島由紀夫
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Saint Sebastian has always been one of my favorites. Eikoh Hosoe
Kishin Shinoyama, Yukio Mishima as Saint Sebastian, 1968
Yukio Mishima as in the martyrdom of Saint Sebastian.
Mishima as St. Sebastian, photograph by Eikoh Hosoe
"Mishima en Saint Sébastien" - oeuvre de Shinoyama
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Recordemos a Yukio Mishima ( 14 de enero de 1925 - 25 de noviembre de 1970), escritor y dramaturgo japonés, uno de los llamados escritores "malditos" debido a su fascinación por la muerte y su vida de excesos, incluida su muerte ritual.
Yukio Mishima - well respected Author who had a haywire side.
Yukio Mishima, 1953 (photo by Takeyoshi Tanuma)
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"Yukio Mishima with samurai sword - Japanese novelist in 1970 shortly before his death by ritual suicide" (1925 - 1970, a Japanese author, poet, playwright, actor, & film director) Photo: Elliott Erwitt (Born: France, 1928 - ) Japan, 1970
Author Yukio Mishima with books and sword (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post5813886&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)
Elliott ERWITT :: Japanese novelist Yukio Mishima shortly before his death by ritual suicide - Japan, 1970
Yukio Mishima: Los pañales. Foto: YM en Japón 1979 © Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos Read Ignoria: http://bibliotecaignoria.blogspot.com/2013/07/yukio-mishima-los-panales.html#ixzz2XtjOUqrH
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Yukio Mishima with books and sword. Because swords.
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Yukio Mishima, 1970, photo by Elliott Erwitt
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