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Japanese prints of the floating world (ukiyo-e) trace their origins to many influences. Perhaps the foremost factor was the lifestyle that emerged following the great fire of 1657, in which 100,000...
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: The Floating World Emerges: Selections from the Clarence Buckingham Collection, Part I
Japanese prints of the floating world (ukiyo-e) trace their origins to many influences. Perhaps the foremost factor was the lifestyle that emerged following the great fire of 1657, in which 100,000...
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: The Floating World Emerges: Selections from the Clarence Buckingham Collection, Part II
Kitagawa Utamaro (c. 1756–1806) is often considered the foremost creator of images of beautiful women. Utamaro, in the words of Timothy Clark of the British Museum, “radically altered the manner of...
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: Utamaro: Aspects of Beauty (Part II)
Toshusai Sharaku was a mysterious Japanese print artist of the late eighteenth century. He produced over one hundred and fifty designs in a startling display of innovation and imagination in the ten...
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: Actor Prints by Toshusai Sharaku (fl. c. 1794-95)
This exhibition features works given to the museum last year by Chicago collector Marguerite Michaels. Her holdings represent nearly all of the major print artists active in Japan in the 1960s and...
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: The Marguerite Michaels Collection: Japanese Prints of the 1960s and 70s

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