Ukiyo-e in Nineteenth-Century Japan: Thirty Six Views

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This volume was published in conjunction with an exhibition held at Gurevich Fine Art, Canada, in July 2017. The essays discuss the history of the Japanese tradition of woodblock printing, or mokuhanga, with particular focus on the latter half of the edo period. Includes an epilogue examining the development of the 20th century movements of shin and sosaku hanga. 64 Pages, contains 42 high quality color reproductions (not including cover), accompanied by description of the works.