This is not really Go-related, but there are several ukiyo-e a genre of 17th19th century Japanese art prints relating to Go.
Most are based on a few themes from Japanese legends, or are of kabuki actors or beautiful women playing Go.
You can read about and see some of the prints here.
In the 18th and 19th centuries especially, ukiyo-e was a common printing process in Japan, using four woodblocks (one each for yellow, black, blue, and red), to make advertising posters as well as prints for sale.
-- Tim Brent