Wednesday, April 17th, 2024 @ 6:00:pm
Object Lesson: Seasonal Appreciations in Japanese Visual Art. Jewel-toned woodblocks from the Library’s Japanese print collection reflect recurring seasonal celebrations of springtime cherry blossoms, summer fireflies, bright autumn foliage, winter snow and more.
Blood will highlight 18th century to contemporary artwork, including related, recently acquired prints, drawings and posters.
Exploring Cherry Blossom Varieties is part of a series of three evening presentations will be presented by Mari Nakahara and Katherine Blood, authors of the book “Cherry Blossom: Sakura Collections from the Library of Congress” and curators in the Prints & Photographs Division. These events will not be recorded.
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