The Johnson Collection of about 500 Japanese prints and 100 woodblock illustrated books includes works by Eisen, Goyo, Harunobu, Hiroshige, Hokusai, Kunichika, Masanobu, Shunsho, Utamaro, and Yoshida. Mrs. James W. Johnson began collecting Japanese prints in the 1890’s, giving some 200 to Scripps in 1946. Another 300 prints and a collection of books were donated in 2000 by Stanley and Mary Wig Johnson.
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|Title||Artist||Medium & Support||Creation Date|
|Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido: Station 54, Otsu||Hiroshige, Ando||Ink on Paper||c. 1933-1834|
|Untitled (group with horse)||Anonymous, Japan||Ink on Cloth/Fabric||n. d.|
|Sheet of calligraphy||Anonymous, Japan||Ink on Paper||n. d.|
|Woodblock Print||Itcho||Ink on Paper||n. d.|
|Untitled (Two women at a ceremony)||Shinsai, Masayuki||Ink on Paper||n. d.|
|Fish, Ehon (book)||Hokusai, Katsushika||Ink on Paper||n. d.|
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