Category Archives: musha-e

War; Regret and Loss

There’s been a great deal of media discussion about war in the UK press this week because it is the seventy-fifth anniversary of D-Day. War, conflict slaughter… sacrifice and duty, these are all common themes in Japanese prints. Martial events … Continue reading

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Five Years of the Toshidama Gallery

It’s been 5 year since the Toshidama Gallery launched its online gallery, with themed virtual exhibitions and extensive catalogue notes, and to celebrate we are holding a show looking back over the past five years – and offering an extra … Continue reading

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