The Life of Cats in Historic Japanese Woodblock Prints

Japan and cats. What’s not to like?

Utagawa Kunimaro (active ca. 1850-75), A Brief History of the Buddha Dainichi Disguised as Otake, 1849. Color woodblock print; 22 ½ x 16 inches. Courtesy Hiraki Ukiyo-e Foundation.

  2 comments for “The Life of Cats in Historic Japanese Woodblock Prints

  1. Veronica Zarate
    February 3, 2015 at 1:24 am

    Is this an exhibit at present somewhere in the USA? Do you have information as to where I could see this show?


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