Japanese Woodblock Prints

Japanese woodblock prints and their amazing colors have appealed to print collectors for hundreds of years. After being almost exclusively known inside Japan and in China for centuries, these works increasingly made their way to Europe and the Americas in the 19th century. To this day they remain some of the most collected works on paper. Legendary names like Hiroshige, Hokusai, Hasui Kawase are known to many. But thanks to the tireless efforts by some of the exhibitors in our show, color woodcuts by many artists will be available. We are proud to say that some of the most respected dealers specialized in Japanese woodblock prints are part of the West Coast Print Fair. Stay tuned, or even better, sign up for our newsletter to stay informed of new works and shows: click here.

Mana Aki: To The Person I’ll Be Tomorrow Sold

AKI, Mana

To The Person I’ll Be Tomorrow

Woodblock Print, 2016.

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The effervescence of the bold swoops in this diminutive print lends a great energy to the woodblock.WoodblockEd.602016 11.75 x 8.5 in

Hidehiko Goto: Moonlight Sold

GOTO, Hidehiko

Moonlight

Woodblock Print, 2000.

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One of the few craftsmen in Japan who has mastered the art of making the baren ( the tool used to transfer ink to paper in woodblock), Goto excels ...

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Hidehiko Goto: Time Horizon Sold

GOTO, Hidehiko

Time Horizon

Woodblock Print, 2000.

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One of the few craftsmen in Japan who has mastered the art of making the baren ( the tool used to transfer ink to paper in woodblock), Goto excels ...

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Ray Morimura: Kanazawa Bunko Shomyoji Sold

MORIMURA, Ray

Kanazawa Bunko Shomyoji

Woodblock Print, 2010.

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Morimura has devoted his artistic career to showing traditional Japan through his own lens.WoodblockEd.70201023 x 16.75 in