are all kinds of art in the world, and Japanese Woodblocks
help take that definition to a whole new level. Many
of the fine art prints would focus on entertainment and
culture during the 1700's and 1800's in Japan.
Initially, many artists would create prints of beautiful
ladies. However, with the 2013 Japanese Woodblocks
calendar, you can see that the technique has evolved to
include nature and one's surroundings. Early on,
Japanese Woodblocks artists used wood planks taken from a
cherry tree. This was done because the wood was easier
to carve and sculpt the way they wanted.