|Kunisada, Iwai Shijaku as an Oiran, 1823|
|Kuniyoshi, Tomoye-gozen struggling with Musashi Saburoemon Arikuni, 1840|
|Kunisada, Bando Mitsugoro as a Samurai Subduing a Tiger, 1810's|
|Kuniyoshi, Auspicious Desires of Land and Sea 47, 1852|
|Yoshitoshi, 100 Aspects of the Moon - Mount Otawa Moon, 1886|
|Toyohara Kunichika in 1897|
Toshidama Gallery is showing twenty one prints from nineteenth century Japan with examples from every decade. From the sparse works of the early century to the visual and technical excesses of Kyosai, the show charts the rise and fall of the nineteenth century Japanese woodblock print. One Hundred Years of Ukiyo-e runs for six weeks until the 1st June 2012.