In 2006, Al and Betsy Buck added to the museum's collection by donating fifty-two Japanese woodblock prints dating from the early nineteenth-century to the
Japanese Prints of Western Inventors, Artists and Scholars (1873) Although The Library of Congress only gives a rough date for them, between 1850 and
Welcome to the first dedicated Japanese woodblock print site in Australia, The Torii School dating from 1700; The Kaigetsudo School dating from 1700 to
Modern Japanese Prints: An Art Reborn: An Art Reborn - Google Books Result
This website is both an online gallery of Japanese woodblock prints (ukiyo-e Quick Reference 6: "The Prints of Shiro Kasamatsu - Dating and Editions"*NEW*.