Monkeys & Mountains Landscapes of Asia

The Newark Museum will celebrate the year of the monkey with this special exhibition showcasing previously unknown works by Japanese artist Mori Sosen—famed for paintings of monkeys. On view will be spectacular Hokusai and Hiroshige prints of Mt. Fuji sure to dazzle the eyes. S
, 'The Jewel River in Musashi Province ,' ca. 1830, Newark Museum

Katsushika Hokusai

The Jewel River in Musashi Province , ca. 1830

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, 'Later Print Based on the Two–Page Illustration  “Evening Shower at Mt. Fuji” ,' ca. 1890, Newark Museum

After Katsushika Hokusai

Later Print Based on the Two–Page Illustration “Evening Shower at Mt. Fuji” , ca. 1890

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, 'Fusuma (Sliding Doors) with Seasonal Flowers and Grasses,' ca. 1840, Newark Museum

Fusuma (Sliding Doors) with Seasonal Flowers and Grasses, ca. 1840

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, 'Inume Pass in Kai Province ,' ca. 1830, Newark Museum

Katsushika Hokusai

Inume Pass in Kai Province , ca. 1830

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, 'Moon Pine, Ueno From the series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo ,' 1857, Newark Museum

Utagawa Hiroshige (Andō Hiroshige)

Moon Pine, Ueno From the series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo , 1857

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, 'Scholar’s Pillow (Mokchim) with Deer and Pine Landscape,' ca. 19th century , Newark Museum

Scholar’s Pillow (Mokchim) with Deer and Pine Landscape, ca. 19th century

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, 'The Cushion Pine at Aoyama ,' ca. 1830, Newark Museum

Katsushika Hokusai

The Cushion Pine at Aoyama , ca. 1830

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, 'Seven Monkeys Climb a Tree Stump (detail); Japan,' 1868–1912, Newark Museum

Seven Monkeys Climb a Tree Stump (detail); Japan, 1868–1912

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