Shin-Hanga: Japan’s New Prints

Some of Japan’s most iconic artists emerged from the shin-hanga (“new prints”) period and their works continue to have a lasting impression on collectors to this day. Defined by majestic landscapes and elegant depictions of women, along with the use of vivid colors and an exceptional attention to detail, woodblock prints from the shin-hanga period combined Japanese printmaking techniques with realist interpretation.


Notable Shin-Hanga Artists

Hasui Kawase (1883-1957)
Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950)
Shiro Kasamatsu (1898-1992)
Torii Kotondo (1900-1976)
Ito Shinsui (1898-1972)
Shoda Koho (1871-1946)
Ohara Koson (1877-1945) 
Western Artists:
Lillian Miller (1895-1943), Elizabeth Keith (1887-1956)

Collection Highlights

Top (L to R): Hasui Kawase, Torii Kotondo, Hiroshi Yoshida; Bottom (L to R): Lillian Miller, Ohara Koson, Shiro Kasamatsu; Header: Toshi Yoshida
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