Museum • Art Gallery • Walled Garden
Japan: A Floating World in Print
This exhibition brings you a captivating display of Japanese ‘Ukiyo-e' woodcut prints, literally meaning ‘pictures of the floating world’. Created by masters such as Hokusai, Hiroshige, Utamaro and Kuniyoshi this selection of enchanting images encompass the genres of the beautiful women, dramatic landscapes and Kabuki actors of the Edo (1603-1868) and Meji (1868-1912) periods.
Image: Nunobukuro - Seven Lucky Gods by Yashima Gatkutei
The Walled Garden
Learn more about the Museum’s newest space - our Walled Garden, and the amazing community involvement that made the project possible.
The Museum and Collection
In the Museum discover and explore the story of the landscape and people of the Stroud District! Explore this fascinating collection and the museum…