JAPANESE PRINTS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON WESTERN ART
Featuring Works by Leon Loughridge and
Antique Prints by Master Japanese Artists
PACE Center Art Gallery
May 9 - July 8
Explore the history and evolution of Japanese print making from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries and how it revolutionized Western art. Learn about types of prints, periods of Japanese printmaking, the processes and the master craftsman behind them.
Hans Frank Venice 1925
An Austrian artist greatly influenced by the Japanese Prints.
Yoshitoshi Tuskioka Moon behind Mt Mikasa 1888
Part of a series titled 100 Aspects of the Moon printed between 1885-1892.
Kuniyoshi Utagawa Exorcizing the Fox Demon 1834
Part of a series print in 1834 to 1835 titled The Warrior Prints.
Yoshida Toshi Mount of the Holy Cross 1966
The son of noted Japanese artist Yoshida Hiroshi, Toshi visited Vail, CO in 1964 and produced this image in 1966.
Watch as artist Leon Loughridge talks about his process.