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Chanting Farmers by Ishikawa Toyomasa

Chanting Farmers by Ishikawa Toyomasa

Genji Enjoying Ikebana in Spring by Yoshiiku Utagawa

Genji Enjoying Ikebana in Spring by Yoshiiku Utagawa

Seki by Ando Hiroshige

Seki by Ando Hiroshige

Kabuki Actor by Katsukawa Shunsho

Kabuki Actor by Katsukawa Shunsho

Travelers Arriving at the Inn by Ganjosai Kunihiro

Travelers Arriving at the Inn by Ganjosai Kunihiro

Silkworm Cultivation #1 by Katsukawa Shunsho

Silkworm Cultivation #1 by Katsukawa Shunsho

Reading a Message Outdoor by Kitagawa Utamaro

Reading a Message Outdoor by Kitagawa Utamaro

Fireworks over Nihonbashi Bridge by Ando Hiroshige

Fireworks over Nihonbashi Bridge by Ando Hiroshige

18th Century Shunga Woodblock Print by Utagawa Toyokuni I

18th Century Shunga Woodblock Print by Utagawa Toyokuni I

Woodblock Print by Hishikawa Moronobu

Woodblock Print by Hishikawa Moronobu

Water Scene at Wakasa Province by Ando Hiroshige

Water Scene at Wakasa Province by Ando Hiroshige

Field Scene by Unknown Artist

Field Scene by Unknown Artist

Samurai Fight by Toyohara Kunichika

Samurai Fight by Toyohara Kunichika

Kabuki Attack Scene by Utagawa Toyokuni

Kabuki Attack Scene by Utagawa Toyokuni

Serving Sake Diptych by Utagawa Kunisada

Serving Sake Diptych by Utagawa Kunisada

Moonlit Boats on River by Ando Hiroshige

Moonlit Boats on River by Ando Hiroshige

Shono by Ando Hiroshige

Shono by Ando Hiroshige

53 Stations Tokaido No. 27 by Ando Hiroshige

53 Stations Tokaido No. 27 by Ando Hiroshige

Beauty Knife Attack Diptych by Toyokuni

Beauty Knife Attack Diptych by Toyokuni

Beautiful Woman Woodblock Print by Utagawa Kunisada

Beautiful Woman Woodblock Print by Utagawa Kunisada

Happy Drunk Chinese Warriors at the Wine Vats by Katsushika Hokusai

Happy Drunk Chinese Warriors at the Wine Vats by Katsushika Hokusai

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THE KOLLER COLLECTION

Chris Koller spent his childhood in Japan where he had the privilege of experiencing the Japanese culture, and learning the many traditions and customs which have been passed down from generation to generation. As he grew older, his appreciation of the Japanese culture remained close to his heart, and ended up manifesting itself through his collection of Japanese art. Specifically Japanese wood block prints, antique Japanese books, as well as Samurai tools and weaponry. Throughout the years Mr. Koller has collected a variety of art and antiques which are available for viewing online through this website. We have included imagery of the works, along with available background on the art and artist.

The objective of this web site is to serve as a growing art reference source cataloging historical pieces within the collection, as well provide education supporting the art through the "Insights" section of the web site.