Ukiyo-e

As mentioned on the Graphic Art page, I am a great fan of Japanese wood cut art (Ukiyo-e or Pictures of the Floating in transitory world).  I have posted some of my favourite prints on the Graphic Art page but I would like to post more pictures and information on this dedicated page.

Cover of Taschen's Hiroshige
Cover of Taschen’s Hiroshige
Cover of Phaidon's Japanese Colour Prints.
Cover of Phaidon’s Japanese Colour Prints.
Shōno-juku, from Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō Hiroshige, c. 1833–34
Shōno-juku, from Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō
Hiroshige, c. 1833–34

 

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