The Life of Animals in Japanese Art, Exhibition Poster

About the Exhibition

Artworks representing animals—real or imaginary, religious or secular—span the full breadth and splendor of Japanese artistic production. As the first exhibition devoted to the subject, The Life of Animals in Japanese Art covers 16 centuries (from the sixth century to the present day) and a wide variety of media—sculpture, painting, lacquerwork, ceramics, metalwork, textiles, and woodblock prints.

The Life of Animals in Japanese Art, Exhibition Poster

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Accompanying the National Gallery of Art exhibition The Life of Animals in Japanese Art, this poster depicts the triptych woodblock print The Origin Story of the Cat Stone at Okabe, Representing One of the Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō Road (1847) by Utagawa Kuniyoshi.

  • 32 x 19 inches


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