Sunday Tour: Impressions: Printmaking in Japan
Dates: Sun Apr 30, 17
For centuries, exchanges of visual imagery between Japan and the West through printmaking has impacted the course of artistic development on both sides of the world, with a mutual fascination that has influenced the processes, materials, and images of printmaking through the centuries. This exhibition includes approximately 30 prints from the 18th century to the present. Join our docent to explore this connection.
Village of Plums, Toshi Yoshida, 1951, color woodcut
Included with museum admission.