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Exhibition December 19, 2019 − February 9

Pictures of an elusive world. The Golden Age of Japanese Graphics

Bashkir State Art Museum. M.V. Nesterova invites to the exhibition“Pictures of an elusive world. The Golden Age of Japanese Graphics.

The exhibition presents recognized masterpieces of woodcut created by such masters as Katsushika Hokusai, Ando Hiroshige, Utagawa Kunisada, Kitagawa Utamaro and others.

"Pictures of an elusive world" - in Japanese, "ukiyo-e" - this is the name of the graphics of the Edo era (XVII - transl. Half of the XIX century) with scenes from the life of citizens, portraits of geisha, actors of the kabuki theater and images of birds and flowers. Sakura blossoms, the snow-capped peaks of the sacred Mount Fuji, portraits of beauties and actors, the battles of emperors and samurai - all this became an inspiration for Japanese artists.

Based on site materialsBashkir State Art Museum. M.V. Nesterova.