Japanese Prints and Japonism

Prints by Japanese artists, and prints inspired by Japanese artists.
Above the Clouds


Above the Clouds

Woodcut, 1928.


Fine impression, color and condition, dimensions include margins. Cat. No. 131. This is arguably the best design of the Southern Japan Alps Series ...

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Abstraction in Blue

Etching, 1963.


Color aquatint and soft-ground etching on Arches wove paper. This is likely printed using the Atelier 17 method of simultaneous color printing (a.k...

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After the Bath


After the Bath

Woodcut, 1917.


Very fine condition, published by Watanabe, ed. 27/50. Price on Request.

Benkei Observing the Giant Carp


Benkei Observing the Giant Carp

Woodcut, 1889.


First state of this design, from the series: 36 Ghosts. Publisher Sasaki. fine impression, color and condition, backed.

Conversation (??)

AOKI, Tetsuo

Conversation (??)

Woodcut, 2010.


Woodblock. Edition 6/10. Signed. 32 1/4 x 20 inches.

Courtesans of the Tsuru-Ya

Toyokuni I

Courtesans of the Tsuru-Ya

Woodcut, 1794.


Very rare. There is another version at the MFA with a different left sheet of 2 standing figures. Fine impression, color and condition

Diary: March 3rd, ‘77

NODA, Tetsuya

Diary: March 3rd, ‘77

Woodcut, 1977.


Woodcut and screenprint. FTG 195. An artist’s proof, apart from the edition of 20. The cover illustration to the first volume of Noda’s catalogue r...

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TAKEDA, Fumiko: Dreamer

TAKEDA, Fumiko


Hand Colored, 2015.


?? (original Japanese title) Etching and aquatint with handcoloring on chine-collé. Edition of 30. Signed, dated and numbered in pencil, in Latin ...

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Tachibana, Seiko : fern-14

Tachibana, Seiko


Etching, 2013.


Carborundum and intaglio. Signed and numbered from the edition of 25. Tachibana’s prints take their inspiration from nature, a meditation on the f...

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