Details of flowers in Japanese prints from The Fitzwilliam Museum.
The Fitzwilliam has collected Japanese woodblock prints since 1896, with a number of bequests and acquisitions adding to their significant holdings. This notecard pack highlights vibrant depictions of flowers from colour woodblock prints of the 19th century by masters including Hiroshige and Kokusai. The pack includes:
Utagawa Hiroshige, Horikiri iris garden (detail), 1857 (cover image)
Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Looking as if she is enjoying a stroll (detail), 1888
Katsushika Kokusai, Iris and grasshopper (detail), c. 1833-4, and two details from Convolvulus and tree frog, c. 1832
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