TSUKIOKA Yoshitoshi, Japanese, Meiji period (1868-1912), Looks Like She Wants to See: Custom and Manner of a Maid of the Tenpô Era [1830-1844] (Mitasô: Tempô nenkan okoshô no fûzoku), from the series Thirty-Two Aspects of Women (Fûzoku sanjûnisô, 1988, Ukiyo-e woodblock print in vertical ôban format;, ink and color on paper, H.  14-1/2 x W.  10 inches.  Loan from the Lee & Mary Jean Michels Collection

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art hosts an exhibition of 19th Century Japanese Woodblock Prints

  • 2017-12-11

“The Long Nineteenth Century in Japanese Woodblock Prints,” an exhibition featuring more than fifty superlative works from the distinguished private collection of Dr. Lee and Mary Jean ...

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Jon Seydl has been named as the ninth director of Krannert Art Museum at the University of Illinois

Curator and Art Historian Jon Seydl Joins Krannert Art Museum as Director

  • 2017-12-11
  • Krannert Art Museum

Jon Seydl, an art historian specializing in Italian Renaissance art, has been named the new director of Krannert Art Museum. Jon Seydl is currently the senior director of collections ...

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Kent Hendrickson, "Steady Breeze"

Collectors Concessions Launches Online Gallery to Sell Contemporary Art from Collectors' Collections

  • 2017-12-06
  • Collectors Concessions

Online consignment websites are proliferating for antiques, furniture, fashion, jewelry and watches and now contemporary art. Collectors Concessions, founded by contemporary art ...

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Early jade stem cup.  Gianguan Auctions, December 9 sale.

Preview of Buddhist Art and Chinese Modern Paintings Now At Gianguan Auctions

  • 2017-12-05

For the next four days, Gianguan Auctions' gallery at 39 W. 59th Street is welcoming collectors to view the properties in their upcoming December 9 sale.  On view are icons of Buddhist ...

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