Search Results for: woodblock prints

Japanese prints from the Met via Ukiyo-e Search

This week is one of the weeks designated two times a year as “Asia Week New York” by the Japanese Art Dealers Association, during which a number of galleries, auction houses and museums make a point of having relevant exhibits. Rather than feature images from Read More …

Eye Candy for Today: Hiroshi Yoshida woodblock print

Sekishozan (Shi-shung-shan, South China), Hiroshi Yoshida Large version here. As much as I recognize and admire the influence Japanese printmakers had on European artists, notably the French Impressionists, my favorite synthesis of Japanese and European artistic conventions is found in the woodblock prints of Japanese Read More …

Tugboat Printshop: Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth

Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth are collaborative artists working in woodblock prints, and are also husband and wife. Tugboat Printshop is their online store and gallery. The site not only showcases their work but is in large part devoted to process, and details various aspects Read More …

Your First Print: a introduction to Japanese Woodblock Printmaking

Your First Print is a rich media eBook by David Bull. Bull is an English born Canadian printmaker, now living in working in Japan, who has an extraordinary devotion to the art and craft of Japanese woodblock printing. That devotion is evident not only in Read More …