Posthumous Editions & Reprints
Some print designs were so beloved that they remained popular long after their original printing. From delicate surimono to the iconic landscapes of Hiroshige and Hokusai, famous designs reemerged from the blocks of Meiji-period printers and continue to be printed by contemporary publishers today.
Satsuma Province: Bo Bay, the Two-sword Rocks [Reproduction]
Thunderstorm Beneath the Summit [Reproduction]
Young Woman Blowing a Glass Noisemaker (Woodblock Reproduction)
Segawa Kikunojo V as Komurasaki (Meiji Edition)