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Cincinnati Art Museum acquisition earns international acclaim

Cincinnati Business Courier - Nov 16, 2017
The collection includes colorful Edo and Osaka ukiyo-e woodcuts, shin hanga (new prints) and sōsaku hanga (creative prints). Thematically, the prints represent fine examples of bijinga, or beautiful women; theatrical prints of actors, literature and ...

Art Museum Was a Finalist for Important Award

Cincinnati CityBeat (blog) - Nov 17, 2017
The collection spanning four centuries includes colorful Edo and Osaka ukiyo-e woodcuts, shin hanga (new prints) and sosaku hange (creative prints). The prints represent fine examples of bijinga (beautiful women) and actors, and thematically the ...

Art Seen: August 03

Otago Daily Times - Aug 2, 2017
Brett McDowell Gallery is currently displaying an impressive selection of Shin-Hanga art. Shin-Hanga, a printing school of early 20th-century Japan, bridged the gap between older ukiyo-e woodblock styles and more Western-influenced work. While still ...

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The Shin Hanga Movement in America: The Pivotal Role of Indianapolis

This lecture examines the ways that the Japanese “new print” (shin hanga) movement gained acclaim. It focuses on the pivotal roles played by artist Hiroshi Yoshida and museum professional...

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Woodblock prints by three 20th century Japanese Shin Hanga masters.

Shin Hanga - artelino

Production by http://www.artelino.com - Shin hanga was a Japanese art movement that set in around 1910. It was a renewal of the old ukiyo-e tradition but modernized with Western elements.

Motion : Estampes Ukiyo-e et Shin-hanga

Un petit motion regroupant les œuvres de sept artistes d'estampes japonaises, des mouvements Ukiyo-e et Shin-hanga. Musique : Ikue Asazaki - Obokuri-Eeumi.

Shin Hanga Animation - SHODA Kouhou