A Well-Watched War: Images from the Russo-Japanese Front, 1904-1905

June 11, 2000 – November 26, 2000

Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
1050 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC

Sublevel 1 Floor Plan

On view is a selection of 29 woodblock prints, most in triptych format, that survey the application of this medium to reportage of Japan's war with Imperial Russia. A selection of illustrations is also shown, contrasting the two forms of early 20th-century battle documentation.