Masters of Ukio-ye and Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Western Prints
January 05 – January 17, 1931
Buncho | Mary Cassatt | Edgar Degas | Raoul Dufy | Keisai Eisen | Chobunsai Eishi | Chokosai Eisho | Guy-Pierre Fauconnet | Paul Gauguin | Suzuki Harunobu | Hiroshige | Totoya Hokkei | Katsushika Hokusai | Torii Kiyohiro | Torii Kiyomasu II | Torii Kiyomitsu | Torii Kiyonaga | Torii Kiyonobu I | Torii Kiyonobu II | Ogata Korin | Isoda Koryusai | Utagawa Kunisada | Edouard Manet | Okumura Masanobu | Camille Pissarro | Jean Francois Raffaelli | Pierre-Auguste Renoir | Georges Rouault | Toshusai Sharaku | Kitao Shigemasa | Katsukawa Shuncho | Katsukawa Shunjo | Shunko | Katsukawa Shunsen | Katsukawa Shunsho | Katsukawa Shunyei | Katsukawa Shunzan | Toshinobu | Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec | Toun | Utagawa Toyoharu | Utagawa Toyokuni I | Ishikawa Toyonobu | Kitagawa Utamaro | Vincent Van Gogh | James McNeill Whistler | Yoshinobu
The Renaissance Society of The University of Chicago announces an illustrated lectureThe World of Toulouse-Lautrec by Mr. Daniel C. Rich
In Harper Assembly Room, 1150 59th Street Monday Evening, January 5, at 8:15
Also an exhibition of some of the Masters of Ukio-ye and some prints and reproductions of Western art of the last fifty years showing Japanese influence in design, color, and caligraphic expression from before Impressionism to present time.
January 5 to 17 205 Wieboldt Hall, 1050 East 59th Street, daily including Sunday, 2:00 to 5:00 P.M.
This text was taken from the exhibition announcement.