Artglorieux

Artglorieux

Exhibitions
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THE Ukiyo-e
Oct. 26 (Thu.) to Nov. 8 (Wed.)

Kuniyoshi Style (Kuniyoshi moyō) Nuregami Chōgorō, from the series Men of Ready Money with True Labels Attached (Shōfuda tsuketari genkin otoko, Nuregami Chōgorō) “Kuniyoshi Style (Kuniyoshi moyō)
Nuregami Chōgorō, from the series Men of Ready Money with True Labels Attached (Shōfuda tsuketari genkin otoko, Nuregami Chōgorō)”
Utagawa Kuniyoshi 37.0x25.0cm Around 1843 to 1847 (Tenpō 14 to Kōka 4)

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The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kisokaidō Road (here called Kisokaidō tsuzuki no ichi) Nihonbashi: Snowy Morning (Nihonbashi yuki no akebono) “The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kisokaidō Road (here called Kisokaidō tsuzuki no ichi)
Nihonbashi: Snowy Morning (Nihonbashi yuki no akebono)”
Keisai Eisen 24.7x36.8cm Around 1835 (Tenpō 6)

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One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (Meisho Edo hyakkei) The Maple Trees at Mama, the Tekona Shrine and Tsugihashi Bridge (Mama no momiji Tekona no yashiro Tsugihashi) “One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (Meisho Edo hyakkei)
The Maple Trees at Mama, the Tekona Shrine and Tsugihashi Bridge (Mama no momiji Tekona no yashiro Tsugihashi)”
Utagawa Hiroshige 37.0x25.6cm 1857 (Ansei 4)

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The "Ukiyo-e" wood block print art form developed tremendously during the Edo era.
The audacious colors, motifs, and designs of ukiyo-e prints enthralled overseas viewers.
Numerous prints were exhibited at the 1867 International Exposition in Paris, launching the Japonisme movement and profoundly influencing impressionist painters and other Western artists.
Enjoy the allure of ukiyo-e, one of Japan's most notable art forms, which captivates collectors both in Japan and abroad to this very day, and the exceptional wood block print techniques used to create it.