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Red Fuji, by Hokusai. Great Wave off Kanagawa, by Hiroshige. Ukiyo-e “Pictures of the Floating World”. What made woodblock prints so popular in early modern Japan?. Mass production made them affordable They could be produced quickly More people living in cities with money to spend on prints

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what made woodblock prints so popular in early modern japan
What made woodblock prints so popular in early modern Japan?
  • Mass production made them affordable
  • They could be produced quickly
  • More people living in cities with money to spend on prints
  • Topics that appealed to average people

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edo japan s 4 class system
Edo Japan’s 4-class System
  • Samurai - rulers, bureaucrats, officials
  • Peasants - the largest segment of the population, involved in rural agriculture
  • Artisan - usually urban, they made and built things
  • Merchants - also usually urban, they sold and distributed things
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Harunobu

(mid-18th c.)

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Hiroshige

Van Gogh

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Manet

Hiroshige

Hokusai

Monet