Japanese Prints and Japonism

Prints by Japanese artists, and prints inspired by Japanese artists.
After the Bath


After the Bath

Woodcut, 1917.


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



Chiltern Seasons Summer

Woodcut, no date.


Japanese watercolor woodblock, printed on wove paper. Edition of 25. Signed, dated and numbered in pencil.

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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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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KIYOCHIKA, Kobayashi: Hotoke gozen

KIYOCHIKA, Kobayashi

Hotoke gozen

Woodcut, 1897.


Oban color woodcut triptych. From the set of three triptychs “Ancient Patterns”. The 12th century court dancer Hotoke-gozen after becoming a nun at...

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La Nuit


La Nuit

Lithograph, 1902.


Plate 15 from the suite "La Féerie des Heures". Edition of 1000. Signed in stone.

Tachibana, Seiko: Origin-Beginning-6

Tachibana, Seiko


Etching, 2007.


One of seven images from the Origin-Beginning series. Her distinctive work balances Asian tradition with minimalist modernity. Tachibana’s work i...

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