Sosaku Hanga

Sōsaku hanga (creative prints) was an art movement starting in the early 20th century, which was shaped by the expectation that the artist must participate in every aspect of printmaking. Sōsaku hanga prints, therefore, mark the departure from traditional ukiyo-e production and aesthetics, and results in highly individualized works, strongly influenced by international trends in art.

Higo Kumamoto-jô (Castle Kumamoto in Higo)


(1133)
280,00 €

Fuji-san chôjô, Asama-sha okunomiya


(1606)
280,00 €

Suisha goya no Fuji (Ômiyaguchi) (Fuji and the Watermill in Omiy


(D246)
340,00 €

Village view of the Harbor


(E068)

Tango no kuni, Kokobun-ji


(1599)
280,00 €

Hei (Tojo Kanchô-in)


(1736)
280,00 €

Biwako (The Biwa Lake and Ukimi-dô Pavilion in the Moonlight)


(1815)
380,00 €

Natsu no Kiyomizu-dera (The Temple of Kiyomizu


(1814)
340,00 €

Suwa Kintaibashi (Kintai Bridge in Suwa/Yamaguchi)


(1915)
320,00 €

Mount Fuji seen from Miho in Spring


(F202)
1.150,00 €

Aso-San (Aso Mountain)


(F214)
580,00 €