San Antonio Museum or Art

Past Exhibitions


Taiso Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)
Japan
Strolling: The Appearance of an Upper Class Wife of the Meiji Era, 1888
woodblock print on paper
On loan from Lenora and Walter F. Brown
Photography by Peggy Tenison

Season Four of Seasons of Beauty: Yoshitoshi's Thirty-two Aspects of Daily Life

July 13—November 14, 2011

Special Exhibition Gallery, Asian Art

Like the previous three seasons, the fourth and final season of our popular, yearlong exhibition of Taiso Yoshitoshi’s (1839-1892) Seasons of Beauty: Thirty-two Aspects of Daily Life  features prints depicting nineteenth-century Japanese women engaged in daily activities. The final season includes the title page and the two most famous prints in the series: Drowsy and Strolling.