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New publication: Waves of renewal. Modern Japanese prints 1900-1960

For the first time in a long period an extensive overview of modern Japanese printmaking has been published: Waves of renewal. Modern Japanese prints 1900-1960. This publication not only pays attention to the Shin hanga movement but also to the

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New publication: Waves of renewal. Modern Japanese prints 1900-1960

For the first time in a long period an extensive overview of modern Japanese printmaking has been published: Waves of renewal. Modern Japanese prints 1900-1960. This publication not only pays attention to the Shin hanga movement but also to the

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New publication on Kawase Hasui

Hotei Publishing has published a new title on landscape artist Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) in collaboration with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond: Water and Shadow. Kawase Hasui and Japanese Landscape Prints. The publication is based on an American

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New publication on Kawase Hasui

Hotei Publishing has published a new title on landscape artist Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) in collaboration with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond: Water and Shadow. Kawase Hasui and Japanese Landscape Prints. The publication is based on an American

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Kuniyoshi exhibition at SieboldHuis / Kuniyoshi publication

Japan Museum SieboldHuis in Leiden currently stages the exhibition entitled Heroes, Humor, Horror which is dedicated to my favorite print artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861). He is a truly versatile master who has created beautiful works in all genres of Japanese

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Kuniyoshi exhibition at SieboldHuis / Kuniyoshi publication

Japan Museum SieboldHuis in Leiden currently stages the exhibition entitled Heroes, Humor, Horror which is dedicated to my favorite print artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861). He is a truly versatile master who has created beautiful works in all genres of Japanese

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Excellent shunga exhibition at British Museum

Already on the first day of the exhibition, the display cases in the British Museum’s print galleries are covered with finger prints of visitors who wanted to view the art works as closely as possible. What is so interesting that

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Excellent shunga exhibition at British Museum

Already on the first day of the exhibition, the display cases in the British Museum’s print galleries are covered with finger prints of visitors who wanted to view the art works as closely as possible. What is so interesting that

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Genji’s World in Japanese Woodblock Prints

Anyone interested in Japan at one point learns about the Genji monogatari or the Tale of Genji. Written by Murasaki Shikibu (ca. 973-1014/25) in the early 11th century, it is considered the world’s oldest novel. The Tale of Genji tells

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Genji’s World in Japanese Woodblock Prints

Anyone interested in Japan at one point learns about the Genji monogatari or the Tale of Genji. Written by Murasaki Shikibu (ca. 973-1014/25) in the early 11th century, it is considered the world’s oldest novel. The Tale of Genji tells

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Japanese propaganda in British Museum

A scene in Tokyo right after the Asia Pacific War: shoe-cleaners are at work under an arch of Yurakuchō station. This harsh, rough, but yet beautiful black and white woodblock print was designed by Kitaoka Fumio (1918-2007). His monochrome black/white

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Japanese propaganda in British Museum

A scene in Tokyo right after the Asia Pacific War: shoe-cleaners are at work under an arch of Yurakuchō station. This harsh, rough, but yet beautiful black and white woodblock print was designed by Kitaoka Fumio (1918-2007). His monochrome black/white

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Catalog of Rijksmuseum’s surimono holdings now published

The long awaited work on the surimono in the Rijksmuseum’s collection of Japanese prints is now published: Surimono in the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam by Matthi Forrer. Surimono (literally ‘printed matter’) are privately published deluxe prints, usually issued by poetry clubs. They

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Catalog of Rijksmuseum’s surimono holdings now published

The long awaited work on the surimono in the Rijksmuseum’s collection of Japanese prints is now published: Surimono in the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam by Matthi Forrer. Surimono (literally ‘printed matter’) are privately published deluxe prints, usually issued by poetry clubs. They

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