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Listed under:  Arts  >  Visual arts  >  Graphic arts  >  Printmaking  >  Relief printing  >  Woodcuts
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'Am I not a man and a brother?', 1837

This is a black-and-white illustration of a kneeling male slave in chains. It appeared on a broadside (a poster, often with a poem or news and sometimes with woodcut illustrations) published in New York. The broadside also featured John Greenleaf Whittier's anti-slavery poem, 'Our countrymen in chains' and two quotations, ...

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'Emancipation', c1865

This is an engraving printed in black and rose celebrating the Proclamation of Emancipation by US President Abraham Lincoln on 1 January 1863. The artist, Thomas Nast, has placed a domestic scene of a contented ex-slave family in the centre. Above is the Statue of Freedom, which crowns the dome of the US Capitol; below, ...

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Throwing off Asia ll: woodblock prints of the Sino-Japanese War, 1894-95

This is a collection of online materials about how the war between Japan and China was presented to the Japanese public via the medium of woodblock prints. The materials consist of an illustrated essay by Professor John Dower; eight sets of prints presented as visual narratives; an animation of how a woodblock print was ...

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Tokyo modern I: Koizumi Kishio's '100 views' of the imperial capital, 1928-40

This is a collection of online materials about the rebirth of Tokyo in the years following the Great Kanto earthquake of 1923. The collection focuses on a series of 100 woodblock prints produced between 1928 and 1940 by artist Koizumi Kishio. The online materials include an essay by James Ulak that contains: its own links ...

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Tokyo modern II: Koizumi Kishio's '100 views' - annotations and gallery, 1928-40

This is a second collection of online materials focusing on the 100 woodblock prints produced between 1928 and 1940 by artist Koizumi Kishio that explore the rebirth of Tokyo in the years following the Great Kanto earthquake of 1923. (See also 'Tokyo modern I'.) This collection comprises: 109 prints, including nine revised ...

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Tokyo modern III: '100 views' by eight woodblock print artists, 1928-32

This is a collection focusing on a subscription series of 100 woodblock prints by eight Japanese artists depicting views of modern reconstructed Tokyo after the 1923 Great Kanto earthquake. The prints were produced between 1928 and 1932 with each artist contributing 12 or 13 views. The collection comprises a short introduction ...

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Throwing off Asia III: woodblock prints of the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-05 - essay by John Dower

This is a historical essay by Professor John Dower about how Japanese woodblock printmakers presented the war between Japan and Russia in 1904-05 to the Japanese public. The highly readable and richly illustrated essay contains five chapters, more than 30 prints and two maps. The chapters can be printed and the images enlarged ...

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Throwing off Asia II: woodblock prints of the Sino-Japanese War, 1894-95 - essay by John Dower

This is a historical essay by Professor John Dower about how Japanese woodblock printmakers presented the war between Japan and China to the Japanese public. The highly readable and richly illustrated essay contains five chapters, more than 100 woodblock prints, a map showing the campaigns and several woodcut engravings. ...

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What is a print?

This is an interactive resource that focuses on different techniques used in printing, including woodcut, etching, lithography and screen printing, each presented with detailed contextual information and a gallery of exhibits. It also includes definitions, interactive demonstrations, a glossary and recommended reading. ...