Prints of the Meiji Restoration features the most vibrant, saturated, exciting woodblock prints I had ever seen - mostly from the collection of a former Harvard alum who went far, far East to purchase many amazing things for the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. (If you haven't been to the MFA - they have one of the greatest Japanese print collections in the US and a philosopher's garden in the back!)
just right for fall, I think
Have you ever seen Japanese prints with so many Victorian outfits?
We have lots of great ukiyo-e books of contemplative subject matter like flowers and birds, but demons and ghost prints too. I knew my grandpa was a cool dude when he sent me a print from Japan of a woman holding a possessed baby oni.