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Reply to "Printmaking in Japan"

Before the developement of the ukiyo-e style, woodblock printing had also been used for paper records, instruction manuals, religious tracts, and the spreading of early literature. Thus a woodblock print can be conceived as a work of both arts and letters, and it is both fine and popular art, as best exemplified in early posters that have text and image combined.

Text and image from

The Artist's Magazine, October 2007

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