Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III), 1786-1865 Gen no Sanmi Yorimasa and Ii no Hayata Killing the Nue, a Votive Picture Donated to the Kannon of Asakusa, Painted by Toryuo Ko Sukoku, as Sketched by Kochoro Kunisada (Asakusa Kanzeon gaku, Toryuo Ko Sukoku hitsu, Kochoro Kunisada shukuzu) view print→
Utagawa Hiroshige, 1797-1858 Famous Places in the Sixty Odd Provinces: Hoki Province, Ono, Distant View of Mount Daisen (Hoki, Ono, Daisen enbo) view print→
Strike a Pose: Spectacular Imagery of the Kabuki Theater, Part II A 20th century supplement of nearly 40 additional prints including works by Natori Shunsen, Hasegawa Sadanobu III, and a comprehensive survey of kabuki prints by Paul Binnie produced early in his career while living in Japan and inspired by his work as an earphone guide at the Kabukiza in Tokyo.
Ukiyo-e Tales: Stories from the Floating World This exhibition will take us back to the golden age of ukiyo-e and will feature works by the most important artists of the late 18th and up to the mid-19th century. We will focus predominately on images of beauties and the layers of meaning and stories that are conveyed via subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) clues found in the compositions.
New York Asia Week:
March 10 - 18, 2016, 11 am - 5 pm
otherwise by appointment
Paul Binnie: Flowers of a Hundred Years
An ongoing large format bijin series by Paul Binnie lavishly printed utilizing embossing, multiple over-printings, bokashi, various types of mica, silver and bronze metallic pigments, and 23 carat gold leaf details.
The gallery will be closed for appointments from December 23, 2016 January 2, 2017.
Scholten Japanese Art is open Monday - Friday, and some Saturdays, 11am - 5pm, by appointment. Contact Katherine Martin at (212) 585-0474 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit.
Scholten Japanese Art
145 West 58th Street, suite 6D
New York, New York 10019
ph: (212) 585-0474
fx: (212) 585-0475
Welcome to Scholten...
Scholten is a private gallery specializing in Japanese woodblock prints and paintings. We offer ukiyo-e from the 18th to 20th centuries, including shin hanga, sosaku hanga, and Japanese-style woodblock prints produced by Western artists. Located in a spacious suite in the old Meurice Hotel, just steps from Central Park South, we enjoy meeting with visitors one on one in order to best learn about your interests and share the collection with you.