A look at beautiful Ukiyo-e woodblock prints, the culture that birthed them, the artistry that created them, the Kabuki actors, Courtesans and the Geisha who were the subjects, and a modern-day artist who emulates them. This Art Talk is presented by Adrienne O’Hare.
Art Talks take place every Wednesday between January and April at 1:30 PM in the Stonewall Community Room. Art Talks are free with museum admission.
Join the Tucson Museum of Art between January and April for the TMALearn! Docent Council’s series of lectures examining the art and artists who have influenced the world. Art Talks are presented by the TMALearn! Docent Council.
Kitagawa Utamaro, Untitled, 1700-1800
colored woodblock, 12.75 x 3.813 in.
Collection of the Tucson Museum of Art. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Grandy. 1977.1