Atozuri Hasui designs printed in the Reiwa Period (beginning May, 2019), by the original publisher – Watanabe Color Print Co., from the original blocks. Perfect to frame and hang or as “starter” prints.
Following his initial exploration of abstraction in his prints in the 1950s, Toshi Yoshida continued to produce abstract woodblock prints, as well as pursuing the traditional representational work inspired by his father, Hiroshi Yoshida. Our exhibition of his abstract work from the 1960s includes 75 prints, including some extremely large and rare works. Our 1950s Abstract, Eyes on North America and On Safari Exhibitions are still online.
July 28 – Christmas in July Auction
October 20 – 20th Century Auction
November 24 – A Little something for the Holidays
December 1 – Holiday Auction
Consignments for auctions accepted up to 5 weeks prior to the sale date. Email us for additional information
All dates subject to change.
Floating World Gallery is one of the world’s leading galleries in fine Japanese art. Since 1987 we have supplied the finest prints and paintings to notable private collectors and public institutions. We have direct relationships with artists, their families and estates as well as a dense network of contacts that make us the leading gallery in sourcing material. In fact, we are the leading supplier of artwork to other dealers. Please contact us if you don’t see what you’re looking for in our diverse online catalog – chances are we can find it for you.
Our Japanese art catalog includes works from all genres – Ukiyo-e, Meiji, Shin Hanga, Sosaku Hanga and Contemporary, as well as a selection of Western artists who worked in Japan or otherwise follow Japanese print making techniques. Some of the artists we have (or have had) include Azechi, Hasui, Hamaguchi, Harunobu, Hashimoto, Hiroaki, Hiroshige, Hokusai, Hoshi, Inagaki, Kiyokata, Kogan, Koitsu, Koizumi, Koson, Kotondo, Kunisada, Kuniyoshi, Maki, Mori, Munakata, Nakayama, Onchi, Saito, Sekino, Shinshui, Shiro, Shoson, Shunsen, Teraoka, Toraji, Toyokuni III, Tsunetomi, Watanabe, Yamaguchi, Yoshida and many more woodblock print and painting artists.