Presented here are woodblock prints categorized as sosaku-hanga. Use the prints tab in the toolbar above to navigate to all artists and other genres or visit recent print additions to see all newly added prints.

Haku Maki, 1924-2000
Poem 70-36 [Ichiyo]
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Tsuruya Kokei, b. 1946
Bust Portraits Series IX- Onoe Kikugoro as Spirit of Earth Spider from the play Tsuchigumo
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Tomikichiro Tokuriki, 1902-1999
beauty applying eye make-up
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Tomikichiro Tokuriki, 1902-1999
Woman Combing Her Hair
(Kami o suku bijin)
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Yamagishi Kazue, 1891-1984
Notre Dame from the Banks of the Seine
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Toshi Yoshida, 1911-1995
Toshi Yoshida, Japanese Printmaking: A Handbook of Traditional and Modern Techniques
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Koshiro Onchi, 1891-1955
Prints of Onchi Koshiro
(Onchi Koshiro hangashu)
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Koshiro Onchi, 1891-1955
Koshiro Onchi, 1891-1955: Woodcuts, from the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts
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various ukiyo-e books and ephemera,
Modern Japanese Prints: An Art Reborn
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Junichiro Sekino, 1914-1988
Bungoro on Stage
(Butai no Bungoro zo)
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Kiyoshi Saito, 1907-1997
Pansy
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Yoshisuke Funasaka, b. 1939
Lemon No. 142
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Yamaguchi Gen, 1896-1976
Series: MIND-UNIVERSE
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Kiyoshi Saito, 1907-1997
Sanpo-in, Kyoto
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Shiko Munakata, 1903-1975
Portrait of Ikuko and Glasses on Her Belly
(Daisho no saku, Hara megane no saku)
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Haku Maki, 1924-2000
Emanation 7-3
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Sosaku-hanga (lit. 'creative prints') was an art movement which began in the early 20th-century that was influenced by the Western expectation that an artist is the sole creator of his work, in this case prints (usually woodblock prints). Sosaku-hanga artists emphasized the importance of conducting all steps in the creative process by themselves, including the design (jiga, lit. 'self-carved'), carving (jikoku, 'self-carved'), and printing (jizuri, lit. 'self-printed'). Stylistically, sosaku-hanga prints move away from traditional Japanese aesthetics and tend to lean towards abstract expressionist compositions.

Yoshisuke Funasaka

Yamaguchi Gen

Omae Hiroshi

Yamagishi Kazue

Fumio Kitaoka

Tsuruya Kokei

Haku Maki

Shiko Munakata

Koshiro Onchi

Kiyoshi Saito

Kiyoshi Saito Pansy

Pansy
$1,900

Junichiro Sekino

Tomikichiro Tokuriki

Inagaki Tomoo

Ansei Uchima

Hiratsuka Un'ichi

kikumon

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