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Japanese Woodblock Prints (1680–1938) Book

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From Edouard Manet’s portrait of naturalist writer Émile Zola sitting among his Japanese art finds to Van Gogh’s meticulous copies of the Hiroshige prints he devotedly collected, 19th-century pioneers of European modernism made no secret of their love of Japanese art. In all its sensuality, freedom, and effervescence, the woodblock print is single-handedly credited with the wave of japonaiserie that first enthralled France and, later, all of Europe―but often remains misunderstood as an “exotic” artifact that helped inspire Western creativity. Author: Andreas Marks. Dimensions: 12.8 x 3.1 x 17.7 inches. Weight: 13.7 pounds. 622 pages.

Hardcover. 2019.

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