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Scholten Japanese Art opened its doors September 2000 in a renovated townhouse on New York's Upper East Side. In May of 2003, Scholten moved to a private suite in the old Meurice Hotel located on 58th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues. We initially planned to stay in midtown temporarily, however, we were pleasantly surprised to find the central location in the heart of Manhattan offers advantages in accessibility for both local collectors (who frequently have business in the area) and proximity to numerous hotels for out-of-town visitors. In 2009 we decided to expand to a larger space in the same building which was renovated to provide more exhibition space as well as a separate 'Print Room' devoted to our library and large inventory of woodblock prints. We organize at least two public exhibitions every year during Asia Week (both March and September), but we always have a selection of prints and paintings on view throughout the year.
Rene Scholten
René Scholten
Katherine Martin
After 14 years in business in New York, we are excited to announce a new location on Copley Square in Boston, Massachusetts and a new affiliation with our longtime friend and colleague, Gary Levine, who will be our representative in Boston. Scholten Japanese Art Boston is a private, by appointment gallery. Contact Mr. Levine directly to arrange a visit to view the inventory on location or for a free evaluation of Japanese woodblock prints.
Gary Levine
Gary Levine
Boston Representative

Scholten Japanese Art Professional Affiliations:

International Fine Print Dealers Association
asian week new york
Japanese Art Dealers Association
The following museums and institutions have added works from SJA to their collections:

Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Clark Center for Japanese Art & Culture
Colorado College Art Museum
Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College
Indianapolis Museum of Art
The Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Middlebury College Museum of Art
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg
National Gallery of Australia
Peabody Essex Museum
Portland Art Museum
Reading Public Museum
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Scripps College
Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas
The University of Michigan Museum of Art
Toledo Museum of Art
Ukiyo-e Tsushima Museum