The Japanese tradition of woodblock printing dates back hundreds of years. From the 17th through the 19th centuries, inexpensive, hand-colored woodblock prints called ukiyo-ewere mass produced as affordable art for the merchant classes. The primary subjects of ukiyo-e were flowers, birds, kabuki actors, sumo wrestlers, historical scenes, and landscape views… (More)
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