Presented here are works produced by American and European artists inspired by Japanese woodblock printing techniques. 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.

Charles W. Bartlett, 1860-1940
Iwabuchi
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Charles W. Bartlett, 1860-1940
Negishi
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Charles W. Bartlett, 1860-1940
Negishi
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Charles W. Bartlett, 1860-1940
Jaunpur, India (early morning variant)
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Paul Jacoulet, 1902-1960
Korean Potter
(Le Maitre Potier, )
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Waldo S. Chase, 1895-1988
The Nomad
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Mabel A. Royds, 1874-1941
Foxgloves
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Helene Maß , 1871-1955
Forest Lake
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Kaiko Moti, 1921-1989
Gita (Siamese Cat)
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Anders Gustave Aldrin

Ann Dunlap Alexander

Charles W. Bartlett

Charles W. Bartlett Negishi

Negishi
$5,800 (reserved)

Charles W. Bartlett Iwabuchi

Iwabuchi
$2,200 (reserved)

Waldo S. Chase

Waldo S. Chase The Nomad

The Nomad
$2,500

Paul Jacoulet

Richmond Irwin Kelsey

Ethel Kirkpatrick

Ethel Kirkpatrick A June Day

A June Day
$1,600

Edward Loxton Knight

Jacques La Grange

S. Lang

S. Lang The Point

The Point
$650

Bertha Lum

Bertha Lum Sisters

Sisters
$900

Helene Maß

Ora Inge Maxim

Kaiko Moti

Philip Gregory Needell

Hugo Noske

Noel Nouet

Charles Hovey Pepper

Walter Joseph Phillips

John Edgar Platt

Mabel A. Royds

Mabel A. Royds Foxgloves

Foxgloves
$1,800

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October 21, 2021

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