Yoshitoshi, 'Picture of Penance under the Waterfall at Mount Nachi,' (1859)

*POSTPONED* Yoshitoshi: Master Draftsman Transformed

Every Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., and Sun. from Feb. 1-April 12
Time Varies
Art, Museums

In 2017, Mia acquired close to 300 works by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839–1892) from the Edmond Freis collection. Considered by art experts as the last major artist of the traditional Japanese woodblock print, Yoshitoshi’s technical ability to transform changing cultural tastes into exquisitely detailed work is captured in this exhibition of more than 40 works. Sketches, drawings, paintings, and printed works are on display in an exhibition that follows the artist’s career as Japan transitioned from a feudal to modern society.