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"Ink on Paper: Japanese Monochromatic Works"

  • Art, Prints & editions

Time Out says

Before color printing became common in the 1760s, Japanese artists favored monochromatic prints, also known as sumizuri-e, that accentuated their bold designs. This exhibition gathers work by artists like Torii Kiyonobu and Okumura Masanobu, displayed alongside work by Munakata Shikō and Hiratsuka Un'ichi, who were inspired by the simple yet powerful images created by early printers.


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