Ukiyo-e

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  1. Bakufu Ono
  2. Chikanobu Yoshu
  3. Chikashige Morikawa
  4. Chikayoshi Toyohara
  5. Chikuseki Yamamoto
  6. Choki Eishosai
  7. Eiri Rekisentei
  8. Eisen Keisai
  9. Eishi Chobunsai
  10. Eisho Chokosai
  11. Eizan Kikugawa
  12. Elizabeth Keith
  13. Eshi Tomikawa Fusanobu
  14. Fusatane Utagawa
  15. Gekko Ogata
  16. Gesso Yoshimura
  17. Ginko Adachi
  18. Goro Tsuruta
  19. Goyo Hashiguchi
  20. Hakuga Koikawa
  21. Hanko Kajita
  22. Harunobu Suzuki
  23. Hasui Kawase
  24. Hidemaro Kitagawa
  25. Hirokage Utagawa
  26. Hironobu Utagawa
  27. Hirosada Konishi
  28. Hiroshi Yoshida
  29. Hiroshige I Utagawa (Hiroshige Ando)
  30. Hiroshige II Utagawa (Shigenobu)
  31. Hiroshige III Utagawa
  32. Hokoku Kitamura
  33. Hokusai Katsushika
  34. Hokushu Shunkosai
  35. Ikkei Shosai
  36. Kaoru Kawano
  37. Katsushika Hokui
  38. Keinen Imao
  39. Kiyochika Kobayashi
  40. Kiyonaga Torii
  41. Kiyosada Torii
  42. Kiyoshi Saito
  43. Kiyotada VII Torii
  44. Kiyotsune Torii
  45. Kogyo Tsukioka
  46. Koitsu Tsuchiya
  47. Kokunimasa Utagawa
  48. Konen Uehara
  49. Konobu II Hasegawa
  50. Koryusai Isoda
  51. Koson Ohara
  52. Kotondo Torii
  53. Kuniaki Utagawa
  54. Kuniaki II Utagawa
  55. Kunichika Toyohara
  56. Kunifuku Utagawa
  57. Kunihide I Utagawa
  58. Kunihisa Utagawa
  59. Kunihisa II Utagawa
  60. Kunimatsu Utagawa
  61. Kuninao Utagawa
  62. Kuninao II Utagawa
  63. Kunio Kaneko
  64. Kunisada III Utagawa
  65. Kuniteru Utagawa
  66. Kuniteru (Kunitsuna) II Utagawa
  67. Kunitoshi Utagawa
  68. Kuniume Utagawa
  69. Kuniyasu Utagawa
  70. Kuniyoshi Utagawa
  71. Kyosai Kawanabe
  72. Masamitsu Ota
  73. Mokuchu Urushibara
  74. Nobukazu Yosai
  75. Nobushige Ryushu
  76. Nobuyasu Yoshu
  77. Paul Binnie
  78. Paul Jacoulet
  79. Ryukoku Hishikawa
  80. Sadahide Utagawa
  81. Sadanobu Hasegawa
  82. Sekijo Juka
  83. Sencho Teisai
  84. Sentaro Iwata
  85. Shigehiro Kikusui
  86. Shikimaro Kitagawa
  87. Shin'ichi Nakazawa
  88. Shinsai Ryuryukyo
  89. Shinsui Ito
  90. Shiro Kasamatsu
  91. Shodo Kawarazaki
  92. Shogetsu Toshu
  93. Shotei Takahashi (Hiroaki)
  94. Shoun Yamamoto
  95. Shunbun Katsukawa
  96. Shuncho Katsukawa
  97. Shunei Katsukawa
  98. Shunjo Katsukawa
  99. Shunko I Katsukawa
  100. Shunko II Katsukawa
  101. Shunpusha
  102. Shunsen Katsukawa
  103. Shunsen Natori
  104. Shunsho Katsukawa
  105. Shuntei Miyagawa
  106. Shunzan Katsukawa
  107. Takanori
  108. Tankei Inoue
  109. Teruhide Kato
  110. Tetsuya Abe
  111. Tomikichiro Tokuriki
  112. Tomoyo Jinbo
  113. Toraji Ishikawa
  114. Toshi Yoshida
  115. Toshihide Migita
  116. Toshikata Mizuno
  117. Toshimasa Shunsai
  118. Toyokuni I Utagawa
  119. Toyokuni II Utagawa
  120. Toyokuni III Utagawa (Kunisada I)
  121. Toyokuni IV Utagawa (Kunisada II)
  122. Toyonobu Ishikawa
  123. Toyonobu Utagawa
  124. Tsukasa Yoshida
  125. Tsukimaro Kitagawa
  126. Uncho Samukawa
  127. Utamaro I Kitagawa
  128. Utamaro II Kitagawa
  129. Yasuji Inoue
  130. Yoshiharu Utagawa
  131. Yoshiiku Utagawa
  132. Yoshikazu Utagawa
  133. Yoshimori Utagawa
  134. Yoshimune Utagawa
  135. Yoshio Markino
  136. Yoshitaki Utagawa
  137. Yoshitora Utagawa
  138. Yoshitoshi Tsukioka
  139. Yoshitsuna Utagawa
  140. Yoshitsuya Utagawa
  141. Zeshin Shibata
  142. Unsigned
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Ukiyo-e, literally meaning 'pictures of the floating world', is the practice of woodblock printing which became popular in Japan around late Edo period. Traditionally, woodblock printing used to be a collaborative process between an artist, carver, printer and publisher. In many works produced by Hokusai, Hiroshige Ando, Kuniyoshi, and other prominent woodblock artists, the publisher seals can be found alongside censorship seals which indicate the date at which the prints were produced.

After the end of the Meiji period, due to new forms of printing being developed in the west, ukiyo-e fell off and gave way to shin-hanga (literally meaning new style of printing). These works were often done in a much smaller scale as the woodblock printing industry became more of an art form. Some prominent artists of the time such as Toshi and Hiroshi Yoshida also printed in much larger formats than the traditional woodblock printing sizes.