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The exhibition showcases greater than 100 works of portray, calligraphy, and ceramics from the 1600s to 1900s, with many on public view for the primary time.

Kiyohara (Kanō) Yukinobu 清原雪信, “The Goddess Benzaiten and Her Lute (biwa)” (element) (1660–1680s), hanging scroll; ink, colour and gold on silk, Denver Artwork Museum: Reward of Drs. John Fong and Colin Johnstone, 2018.150 (photograph © Denver Artwork Museum)

The Denver Artwork Museum’s Her Brush: Japanese Ladies Artists from the Fong-Johnstone Assortment goals at a nuanced strategy to questions of creative voice, gender, and company via greater than 100 works of portray, calligraphy, and ceramics from 1600s to 1900s Japan. Lots of the artworks might be on view for the primary time to the general public.

Her Brush traces the pathways girls artists solid for themselves of their pursuit of artwork — exploring the common human drive of creative expression as self-realization whereas navigating cultural limitations throughout occasions marked by strict gender roles and societal laws.

The exhibition showcases works by famend artists reminiscent of Kiyohara Yukinobu 清原雪信 (1643–1682), Ōtagaki Rengetsu 太田垣蓮月 (1791–1875), and Okuhara Seiko 奥原晴湖 (1837–1913), in addition to comparatively unknown but equally exceptional artists like Ōishi Junkyō 大石順教 (1888–1968), Yamamoto Shōtō 山本緗桃 (1757–1831), and Katō Seikō 加藤青湖 (fl. 1800s).

Her Brush is on view on the Denver Artwork Museum via July 16.

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