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Sacred Grove Yoshida Tōshi (Japan, Tokyo, 1911-1995) Japan, 1941 Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image: 9 9/16 x 6 7/8 in. (24.29 x 17.46 cm); Sheet: 10 9/16 x 8 in. (26.82 x 20.32 cm) Gift of Chuck Bowdlear, Ph.D., and John Borozan, M.A. (M.2000.105.126) Japanese Art

Sacred Grove by Toshi Yoshida (Tokyo, Japan, 1941 Prints; woodcuts color woodblock print Image: 9 x 6 in.

Woodblock print.  Katsushika Taito II, Chrysanthemum, circa 1830. Wikimedia.

Katsushika Taito II, Chrysanthemum, circa Maybe - We can make: Jeans and painted flower with bleach (potassium hydroxide).

Eigon. From the Library of Congress' collection of Japanese prints. If you click through to the L.O.C., you can download a huge TIFF.

Title: Secchū ashi ni karasu (Blackbird near reeds in snow.) by Bessho, Eigon, Date Published: Between 1890 and Medium: woodcut

KAWASE Hasui (1883~1919), Japan/ woodblock print

Ichikawa in Late Autumn Kawase Hasui (Japan, Japan, 1930 Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image: 14 x 10 in. Paper: 15 x 10 in. x cm) Gift of Mr.

House in Tamugimata - woodblock print by Ray (Rei)  MORIMURA, Japan 森村 玲 [田麦俣の家]

Woodblock Print - Woodblock art never ceases to astound me. House in Tamugimata - woodblock print by Ray (Rei) MORIMURA, Japan 森村 玲 [田麦俣の家]

Autumn view at Tofukuji, Kyoto. Woodblock print by 加藤晃秀 (Teruhide Kato). From set of prints at http://www.hanga.co.jp/shopbrand/002/003/X/

Teruhide Kato (Japan Autumn view at Tofukuji, Kyoto Woodblock print by 加藤晃秀

I love night time Japanese woodblock prints like this - doesn't it give you a cozy feeling? They are going to a tea house. The artist is Tsuchiya Koitsu, and the subject is a Teahouse in Yotsuya.                                                                                                                                                      More

I love night time Japanese woodblock prints like this - doesn't it give you a cozy feeling? They are going to a tea house. The artist is Tsuchiya Koitsu, and the subject is a Teahouse in Yotsuya.

Untitled (stingray), (c.1837) from his series of water creatures by Japanese ukiyo-e painter & printmaker Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1798-1861). 14 x 5 in. via kuniyoshi project

Kuniyoshi Utagawa I Ukiyo-e woodblock print from series of water creatures (stingray) I 1837

Yellow Chrysanthemums on a Blue Ground.  Katsushika Hokusai.  Edo period  ca. 1825 Culture: Japan Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper

Yellow Chrysanthemums on a Blue Ground - Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, - Edo period - 1825 - Woodblock print;

Boatman by Hasui  ---  Hasui was a prominent Japanese painter in the late 1800's and early 1900's.  His paintings were mostly of rural life and landscapes in traditional oil and watercolor paint. However, he also created a large body of woodblock prints and is best known in the West as one of the greatest artists of the new print movement  which was a revitalization of ancient woodblock prints.

Boatman by Hasui --- Hasui was a prominent Japanese painter in the late and early His paintings were mostly of rural life and landscapes in traditional oil and watercolor paint. However, he also created a large body of woodblock prints and

Torii gates along the walkway to Fushimi Inari shrine, Kyoto, woodblock print by 加藤晃秀 / Teruhide Kato

Torii 鳥居 gates along the walkway to Fushimi Inari shrine 伏見稲荷 Kyoto, woodblock print by 加藤晃秀 / Teruhide Kato

Japanese woodblock print artist Tsuzen Nakajima

Japanese woodblock print artist Tsuzen Nakajima The use of the actual wood grain as "water" is amazing!

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