Category Archives: Chikanobu

Buying Japanese Woodblock Prints… a Print per Day at Toshidama Gallery

Chikanobu (1838 – 1912)  Jidai kagami (A mirror of the ages): The Bunsei era (1818 – 1830); Upper Inset: Dancer and people in front of a sign for nishiki-e, 1897 The photograph doesn’t do any justice at all to this … Continue reading

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Toshidama Gallery… A Print per Day – Chikanobu

Chikanobu (1838 – 1912)  Jidai kagami (A Mirror of the Ages): The Meiji Era (1868-1912) The old castle pictured in the cartouche of our second print is the ‘Imperial Residence’ of the new Meiji Emperor. Chikanobu was, like so many … Continue reading

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Toshidama Gallery… A Print per Day – Chikanobu

Toyohara Chikanobu (1838 – 1912)  Jidai kagami (A Mirror of the Ages) The Tenwa Era This blog has been dormant for a while because of other commitments at the gallery. We are relaunching it this week to coincide with a … Continue reading

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