Sunday, March 12th
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. PT
The 20th century was a breathtaking moment in the history of Japanese printmaking. Some artists were exploring new techniques and materials, while others depicted unusual subjects using traditional methods. We will explore how Japanese artists of this period created evocative works of art through a variety of types of printmaking processes and how they responded to the world around them through their art.
Please reserve your spot by clicking on this link. All participants will be sent the Zoom link and instructions via email once you secure your place. Space is limited.
Hosted by The San Diego Museum of Art Docent Council.
Featured: Kawase Hasui, Lake Hachirogata, Akita, 1927. Woodblock. Gift of Mrs. Clark M. Cavenee. 1946.29.30.