A Beautiful New Book of Japanese Woodblock Prints: A Visual History of 200 Japanese Masterpieces Created Between 1680 and 1938 | Open Culture

Japanese woodblock prints, especially in the style known in Japanese as ukiyo-e, or ‘pictures of the floating world,’ portray the social, natural, and supernatural realms in a way no other art form ever has.

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