In autumn 2007, we had our inaugural web exhibition of Japanese prints. We planned to mount subsequent exhibitions on an irregular basis throughout the year 2007. The exhibition featured fine prints from the mid-nineteenth century, a period of which I am particularly fond. Among the notable prints are Katsushika Hokusai's Red Fuji, Kuniyoshi's Ommaya Embankment in the rain, a two-boat version of Hiroshige's Sudden Shower at Atake, and his Fireworks at Ryogoku, both from the 100 Views of Edo series, and Kunisada's bust portrait of Sawamura Sojuro III as Ume no Yubei. The prints had been selected for their exceptional quality of impression and condition.
The exhibition may be found in the Exhibitions section of our website and the prints themselves were on exhibit in our galleries from Sept. 20 - Oct. 24, 2006. No catalogue accompanied this exhibition. Details of price and condition are available upon request.