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Our Edo to Post-War: 500 Years of Japanese Art and Design online sale offers a fine selection of Japanese woodblock prints by renowned artists such as Hiroshige, Utamaro, Kuniyoshi, Hasui, and Hokusai. The sale also includes screens, cloisonné, lacquer and ceramics, including a group of tea bowls and porcelain wares made for the Dutch export market. Another key highlight is a large and impressive articulated dragon showing the diversity and refinement of Japanese craftsmanship through the centuries.