Untitled (Golden Pheasant on Rock)
circa 1831 - 1833
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Gibbes Museum of Art: Birds, Beasts and Bugs: Japanese Wood Block Prints
Birds, Beasts and Bugs features unique images of nature created by Japanese artists in the Edo period (1615-1868). Beyond portraying great aesthetic beauty, the woodblock prints highlighted in this exhibition dually function as meditations upon ma...
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa: From Woodblocks to Comics: The Japanese Impression
From classical Chinese painters Japanese artists borrowed the flat
perspective that became a hallmark of their own art. In their ukiyo-e
printmaking they developed their own delicate and graceful style that
captured the work and pleasures of ev...
Brooklyn Museum of Art: Utagawa: Masters of the Japanese Print, 1770–1900
Ukiyo-e originated in Edo, present-day Tokyo, during the Shogunate era, when Japan was isolated from the rest of the world. Literally meaning “pictures of the floating world”, the Ukiyo-e genre closely examines the pleasures of Kabuki theatres, te...
Royal Academy of Arts: The Dawn of The floating World
Pioneer artists such as Hishikawa Moronobu, Okumura Masanobu and Torii Kiyonobu developed an iconography which captured the spirit of the daily life and literature of Edo. High-ranked courtesans of the Yoshiwara pleasure quarter and actors of kabu...
Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea: Juan Navarro Baldeweg: Plastic Trajectory
The selection commences with four paintings of the sixties, related to American
Post-painterly Abstraction. It also includes Conceptual works...
Ruth and Sherman Lee Institute for Japanese Art at the Clark Center: The Japanese Journey: 'Traveling Images’ of Edo-period Japan
Using works from or related to the period, this exhibition explores travel’s role in Edo-period pictorial arts. The title phrase ‘traveling images’ refers both to
images of real travel, and to the journey of pictorial styles and themes between ...
van Gogh Museum: Wonders of Imperial Japan: Meiji Art from the Khalili Collection
Japanese art experienced a remarkable period of development during the Meiji period. The social changes which had affected Japan since it opened its doors to the West in 1854 had led to the decline of the traditional market; at the same time, an...
Van Gogh Museum: Reflections: Japan and Japonism
Come now, isn’t it almost a true religion which these simple Japanese teach us, who live in nature as though they themselves were flowers. And you cannot study Japanese art, it seems to me, without becoming much gayer and happier, and we must r...
PS1 Contemporary Art Center: Buzz Club: News from Japan
Animation, cell phone art, fashion, sculpture, anime, films, elaborate graphics, popular
action figurines and models, electronic music and sound and light ins...
Cleveland Museum of Art: Visions of Japan: Prints and Paintings from Cleveland Collections
Although varied in approach, medium and style, modern Japanese prints retain an essential Japanese character. A respect for materials, frequently associated with Japanese artisans, is evident in the use of handmade papers and traditional tools.
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