Samurai, geisha, ghosts & mountains: Edo prints in all their splendor
University of Virginia Art Museum.
Continuing with Tuesday's theme of wondrous woodblock prints from Japan's Edo period, here's a slideshowSalon did of an exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. It culminates with a modern interpretation by Iona Rozeal Brown of Katsukawa Shunei's "The Actor Ichikawa Komazto III," 1791 (left).
"One for the Money, Two Faux the Show (Still Pimpin')," 2006