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Putney, Carolyn M
Fresh impressions : early modern Japanese prints / Carolyn M. Putney ... [et al.] ; foreword by Brian P. Kennedy
Toledo : Toledo Museum of Art, 2013
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  NE1323.7.S55 P88x 2013    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Shin hanga (Art movement) -- Exhibitions
Color prints, Japanese -- 20th century -- Exhibitions
Color prints, Japanese -- Ohio -- Toledo -- Exhibitions
Physical Description 348 p., [2] leaves of plates : col. ill. ; 32 cm
Note "Published in conjunction with the exhibition Fresh Impressions: Early Modern Japanese Prints at the Toledo Museum of Art. October 4, 2013 - January 1, 2014."-- p.[4]
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Shin hanga's tipping point : the 1930 Toledo exhibition in retrospect / Kendall H. Brown -- Dorothy Blair : a quiet force / Carolyn M. Putney -- The distribution of shin hanga : from publishers to art dealers / Koyama Shūko -- The legacy of shin hanga, by an artist working in the tradition / Paul Binnie -- Hashiguchi Goyō -- Itō Shinsui -- Kawase Hasui -- Miki Suizan -- Natori Shunsen -- Oda Kazuma -- Ohara Shōson (Kōson) -- Yamamura Toyonari (Kōka) -- Hiroshi Yoshida -- Yoshikawa Kanpō
Summary "In 1930 the Toledo Museum of Art organized a landmark exhibition of "modern Japanese prints." Featuring the work of ten artists, including Hashiguchi Goyō, Kawase Hasui, and Hiroshi Yoshida, it has stood as a watershed in the success of the shin hanga ("new prints") movement that revived traditional Japanese woodblock prints for a new era. The exhibition's small, limited-edition catalogue (now long since out of print), with its invaluable descriptions and thumbnail black-and-white images, has likewise been considered a shin hanga "bible" for scholars and collectors. Fresh Impressions: Early Modern Japanese Prints, published to complement the exhibition of the same title at the Toledo Museum of Art (October 4, 2013--January 1, 2014), reproduces and re-examines all 343 prints from the original 1930 exhibition catalogue. It features retranslated and updated information about each print and essays by four distinguished authors who explore the context and importance of the 1930 Toledo exhibition, the key players who brought it about, and shin hanga's continuing legacy"--Publisher's website
NOTE 534570
Alternate Author Brown, Kendall H
Shūko, Koyama
Binnie, Paul
Kennedy, Brian P., 1961-
Toledo Museum of Art

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