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An exhibit at the Phillips Collection in Washington illustrates the influence of 19th-century Japanese woodblock prints on early Western modern painting. Diane and her guests talk about this cultural and artistic encounter and how it persists in today’s art and design.
- Sue Frank Assistant curator at the Phillips Collection
- Eric Denker Senior lecturer at the National Gallery in Washington, and prints specialist at the Corcoran Gallery of Art
- Keiko Hiratsuka Moore Japanese woodblock printmaker and scientific illustrator for the Smithsonian
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