Since 1919, Japanese woodblock prints have been collected at The DAI, and today the museum has more than 350. The collection includes works from some of the most famous artists and examples of the typical genres, such as famous landscapes and beautiful women. Discover more about the development of the collection, and the donors who helped shape it, in this focus exhibition, which will run throughout the centennial year, with rotations of different prints every four months.
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