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Ashmolean Ukiyo-e Woodblock Prints

A popular Japanese art form from the 17th to the 19th century was ukiyo-e. Woodblock prints and paintings depicting female beauties, kabuki performers and sumo wrestlers, historical and folkloric settings, travel scenes, and landscapes were created by its artists.

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Poetry within Painting
Chofu Jewel River
Cherry Blossom Viewing at Mount Asuka
From Album - One Hundred Aspects of the Moon
The Sea at Satta in Suruga
A Woman Holding a Comb
Ladies and Children Watching Archery
The Suijin Woods and Massaki
In the Mountains of Izu Province
Warrior with Scroll Guarded by a Snake
Watanabe Tsuna on a Horse
Horikiri Iris Garden
The Coast at Hota In Awa Province
The 'Pine of Success' at the Onmaya Embankment
Girl with Candlesticks
River Landscape
Printed Book - Landscape views
The Great Wave
Views of the 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō Road
One of two 6-fold screens - Tales of Ise
Waterfall in a High Mountain
Leaping Carp
Fisherman on a Pier