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The Art of Japan’s Two Hundred Years of Japanese Prints

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892), Oniwakamaru, the Young Devil Child (Benkei) fighting the Giant Carp in the Bishamon-go-taki Waterfall Essays by Yoshitoshi, 1872, woodblock print

Two Hundred Years of Japanese Prints
March 18-21, 2022
Exhibiting at:
The Mark Hotel
Metropolitan Meeting Room (215)
215 Madison Avenue at 77th Street
New York, NY 10075

This season The Art of Japan, which is based in Medina, Washington, returns to New York with an array of fine Japanese prints that range from classical ukiyo-e to early sosaku hanga (“creative prints”). As in past years, the owners and collectors Richard Waldman and Doug Frazer will be located at the Mark Hotel. Both men bring decades of experience, a wealth of knowledge, and an abundance of enthusiasm to the field, as well as exceptional examples of Japanese woodblock prints.

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797–1858), Fireworks at Ryogoku (Roygoku Hanabi), August 1858, woodblock print

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