News

April 9, 2013 4:50 AM

At D.C. gallery: Japanese illustrated books a precursor to manga

The Japanese comics known as manga have a long history, with roots dating back to books produced in the 17th century. Those roots are on display in a new exhibit, “Hand-Held: Gerhard Pulverer’s Japanese Illustrated Books” at the Smithsonian’s Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington, D.C., through Aug. 11.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Idaho election: Interview with Clive Strong running for Idaho Supreme Court 01:55

Idaho election: Interview with Clive Strong running for Idaho Supreme Court

Idaho election: Interview with Robyn Brody running for Idaho Supreme Court 00:44

Idaho election: Interview with Robyn Brody running for Idaho Supreme Court

Idaho Elections: Interview With Sergio Gutierrez Running For Idaho Supreme Court 01:37

Idaho Elections: Interview With Sergio Gutierrez Running For Idaho Supreme Court

Idaho Election: Interview With Curt McKenzie Running For Idaho Supreme Court 01:34

Idaho Election: Interview With Curt McKenzie Running For Idaho Supreme Court

University of Idaho football announces it is headed to Big Sky 18:43

University of Idaho football announces it is headed to Big Sky

A Hiroshima reporter comes to Idaho 01:26

A Hiroshima reporter comes to Idaho

Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law 02:20

Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law

Why Did A Boise Police Officer Want To Focus On LGBT Outreach? 01:09

Why Did A Boise Police Officer Want To Focus On LGBT Outreach?

Art students paint the halls of Kuna Middle School 03:16

Art students paint the halls of Kuna Middle School

New school trustee talks Common Core 00:24

New school trustee talks Common Core

Mark Breske from Sockeye Brewing 01:32

Mark Breske from Sockeye Brewing

Local youth speed skaters practice at Nampa's RollerDrome 02:10

Local youth speed skaters practice at Nampa's RollerDrome

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos