Sebastian Izzard LLC featured a selection of paintings, woodblock prints, and illustrated books in their annual exhibition of fine ukiyo-e during Asia Week in New York.
Sebastian Izzard LLC participated in JADA's third joint exhibition at the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion/Ukrainian Institute, 2 East 79th Street, New York during Asia Week, March 20-23, 2010.
From September 15-19, Sebastian Izzard LLC presented Keisai Eisen: Seven Paintings, an exhibition devoted to the art of this Ukiyo-e School artist who dominated the market for beauty prints and paintings in the second through fourth decades of the 19th century
Sebastian Izzard LLC Asian Art participated in "Arts of Japan: An Exhibition by the Japanese Art Dealers Association," during Asia Week in New York.
Sebastian Izzard's published book The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kisokaido (New York: George Braziller, 2008), reproduces the finest surviving set of this series of prints by the Ukiyo-e School painters Utagawa Hiroshige and Keisai Eisen.
Sebastian Izzard LLC Asian Art in association with Mitsuru Tajima of London Gallery, Tokyo, presented Early Images of the Floating World: Japanese Paintings, Prints, and Illustrated Books, 1660-1720 between March 3rd and April 5th, 2008.
Sebastian Izzard LLC participated in the first JADA-sponsored exhibition in New York City, at the Ukrainian Institute of America from October 18-21.
In spring 2007, we announced our association with the following two exhibitions of Japanese art:
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.
Ukiyo-e, the floating world of Japanese genre art, began in the sixteenth century. It was this period that first saw the rise of popular art and culture as a decisive factor in Japanese civilization.
Our fall 2005 exhibition, News of the West: Prints from Nagasaki and Yokohama, documented the arrival of Europeans and Americans in Japan.
Our fall 2004 exhibition consisted of Japanese sword fittings once owned by Alexander G. Mosle (1862-1949), a German businessman who formed an important collection of Japanese art while working in Japan in the years 1884-1907.