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Permission is granted to reproduce these images solely in connection with a review or editorial commentary on Printer’s Eye: Ukiyo-e from the Grabhorn Collection exhibition at the Asian Art Museum Feb. 20–May 10, 2015. All other reproductions are strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright holder and/or museum. 
  • A Boys' Day outing, approx. 1680–1690, by attrib. to Sugimura Jihei (active 1680–1690). Woodblock print; ink with hand-applied color on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.1.
  • Courtesan parading with two child attendants, approx. 1715, by Torii Kiyomasu I (active 1700–1722). Woodblock print; ink on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.4.
  • Courtesan playing with a cat, approx. 1705–1715, by Kaigetsudo Dohan (active 1704–1716). Woodblock print; ink on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.6.
  • Street scene in the pleasure quarter, approx. 1705–1715, by Okumura Masanobu (1686–1764). Woodblock print; ink on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.7.
  • Genji Ukifune, approx. 1741–1744, by Okumura Masanobu (1686–1764). Woodblock print; ink and hand-applied colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.9.
  • Woman holding an umbrella, approx. 1740s, by Ishikawa Toyonobu (1711–1785). Woodblock print; ink with hand-applied color on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.17.
  • Hunting for fireflies, 1767–1768, by Suzuki Harunobu (1725?–1770). Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.29.
  • Night Rain, from the series Fashionable Eight Views of Shinagawa, 1776–1781, by Isoda Koryusai (active approx. 1764–1788). Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.40.
  • Morokoshi of the Echizenya [brothel], from the series The Thirty-six Poetic Immortals as Selected Flowers, by Ippitsusai Buncho (active approx. 1765–1792). Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.47.
  • The actor Ichikawa Danzo IV in a Shibaraku role, by Katsukawa Shunsho (1726–1792). Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.49.
  • Beauties of the Eastern Quarter: Onaka and Oshima of Nakacho[district], from the series Beauties of the East, West, South, and North, approx. 1775–1777, by Kitao Shigemasa (1739–1820). Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.62.
  • A drunken beauty beneath cherry blossoms, from the series Contest of Modern Beauties of the Pleasure Quarters, by Torii Kyonaga (1752–1815). Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.67.a.
  • A drunken beauty beneath cherry blossoms, from the series Contest of Modern Beauties of the Pleasure Quarters, by Torii Kyonaga (1752–1815). Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.67.b.
  • Picking tea in Uji, late 1780s, by Kubo Shunman (1757–1820). Woodblock print, one of a set of three; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.82.a.
  • Picking tea in Uji, late 1780s, by Kubo Shunman (1757–1820). Woodblock print, one of a set of three; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.82.b.
  • Picking tea in Uji, late 1780s, by Kubo Shunman (1757–1820). Woodblock print, one of a set of three; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.82.c.
  • Monk Kisen, from the series Six Poetic Immortals, approx. 1770–1829, by Chobunsai Eishi (1756–1829). Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.89.
  • Woman listening to a cuckoo, 1773–1828, by Utagawa Toyohiro. Woodblock print; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, Gift of the Grabhorn Ukiyo-e Collection, 2005.100.103.