Category Archives: Asian Art Museum

Ukiyo-e… Fame

Here is the video to accompany the latest show at the Toshidama Gallery: “Personalities of Edo: the Cult of Celebrity in Japanese Woodblock Prints”.  All the prints seen in the video are available for purchase. [blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/AYLHoTMC%5D Advertisements

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WHY JAPANESE PRINTS?…PART 2

Warrior, courtesan, witch, wizard, demon, actor, ghost… what’s not to like? For English readers there’s a show of Japanese prints opening in Oxford called Japanese Ghosts and Demons: Ukiyo-e prints from the Ashmolean. Toshidama Gallery is showing some of these … Continue reading

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WELCOME TO THE TOSHIDAMA GALLERY

Hello and welcome to the Toshidama Gallery blog. We’ve been dealing privately in 18th and 19th century Japanese prints for a while and felt that it was the right time to have a gallery online, and with as much access … Continue reading

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