Apr 3, 2008

The Ukimido at Katata, from the series Eight Views of Omi

The Ukimido at Katata, from the series Eight Views of Omi


Itō Shinsui 伊東 深水

(Japanese, 1898–1972)

Color woodblock print

Overall: 32.3 x 22.6 cm (12 11/16 x 8 7/8 in.)

Bequest of Mrs. A. Dean Perry 1997.120



The Ukimido is a picturesque 16th-century pavilion situated at the narrowest part of Lake Biwa near Kyoto.

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Japanese Art
Japanese Art
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