Floating World: The Influence of Japanese Printmaking

Exhibit Dates: June 14, 2013-August 24, 2013

May 13, 2013

The Two Red Roses Foundation has agreed to lend a selection of prints from its woodblock collection to The Sun Valley Center for the Arts in Sun Valley, Idaho. The exhibition, mounted by Ms. Courtney Gilbert, Ph.D. and Curator of Visual Arts, examines the influence of Japanese woodcut printmaking in the late 19th and early 20th century on European and American artists as well as a number of contemporary artists. For a view of the entire brochure click here. The woodcuts chosen are from important artists of the American Arts and Crafts period including Arthur Wesley Dow, Margaret Jordan Patterson, Frances Gearhart, Elizabeth Gardiner, Edna Boies Hopkins, and Elizabeth Colborne.