New to Kasasagi Gallery Woodblock Prints by Kato Shodo and Asano

New to Kasasagi Gallery Woodblock Prints by Kato Shodo and Asano

Since our visit to Japan in October we now have available contemporary woodblock prints by Artists such as Teruhide Kato, Kawarazashi Shodo and Takeji Asano.

Contemporary woodblock print by Teruhide Kato from his well known alley series
Kato Kyoto Alley and Umbrella in Bloom

We have selected woodblock prints from Kato’s well known alley series and images of his native Kyoto.  We also have Peony prints by Shodo and some of Asano’s woodblock prints of Kyoto. https://staging.kasasagi.com.au/product-category/two-dimensional-art/

Not all of our recent additions to the Gallery are on our website, so please feel free to contact us if you are looking for a particular item.

We have also expanded on our current portfolio of ukiyo-e woodblock prints, having secured more of these rare items during our last trip.

Please visit us at our Gallery in Glen Iris, Melbourne or contact us if you are interested in any of these items. www.kasasagi.com.au/contact-us/

"Ama-bare" (Clear Sky after the Rain) Umbrellas are dried.
Katsuyuki Nishijima Original Signed Woodblock Print

New to Kasasagi Gallery Woodblock Prints by Kato Shodo and Asano  Since our visit to Japan in October we now have available contemporary woodblock prints by Artists such as Teruhide Kato, Kawarazashi Shodo and Takeji Asano.  We have selected woodblock prints from Kato’s well known alley series and images of his native Kyoto.  We also have Peony prints by Shodo and some of Asano’s woodblock prints of Kyoto.   New to Kasasagi Gallery Woodblock Prints by Kato Shodo and Asano  Since our visit to Japan in October we now have available contemporary woodblock prints by Artists such as Teruhide Kato, Kawarazashi Shodo and Takeji Asano.  We have selected woodblock prints from Kato’s well known alley series and images of his native Kyoto.  We also have Peony prints by Shodo and some of Asano’s woodblock prints of Kyoto.

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