This class will involve three separate two hour discussions on popular subjects in Japanese art history. We will discuss the following topics and prints: Class I: Hiroshige’s “53 Stations of the Tokaido;” Class II: “The Black Scrolls;” and Class III: Japanese prints in Chicago cultural history and collections in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Margaret Norton is a retired librarian and art history instructor. She holds a master’s degree in Far Eastern Art History with specializations in Chinese and Japanese art.
- Digital Course Packet
- Please review the following webpages for the first session: Tokaido (historical road) Britannica, The Art Institute of Chicago’s online Collection of Hiroshige prints, and the Fifty-three Station website
Cost and Registration
This class is full, but you can still register for the waitlist on Learning Stream.
Three sessions, $185 ($166.50 for Newberry members, seniors, and students). Learn about becoming a member.
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