Reflections of Japan at the turn of modernity Ukiyo-e and Shin hanga prints from the Paul Tavernier legacy

From March 26 to June 9, 2024, the Cernuschi Museum presents a selection of Japanese prints from the Jean and Yvonne Tavernier collection, bequeathed to the museum by their son, Paul.

This focus exhibition addresses the transition from the 19th to the 20th century through two major movements in Japanese prints, theukiyo-e and the Shin hanga. The works, presented to the public for the first time, reflect the evolution of this art, both aesthetically and technically.

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