"Ink on Paper: Japanese Monochromatic Works"

Art, Prints & editions
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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 ShikĊ and Hiratsuka Un'ichi, who were inspired by the simple yet powerful images created by early printers.


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