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Japanese polychrome ukiyo-e woodblock prints known as nishiki-e evolved during the Edo Period (1603-1868), and were named after brocade textiles because of their vibrant colors and designs. Up until their introduction, ukiyo-e were monochrome or painted with colors individually by hand.

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