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S'il est vrai qu'un petit dessin vaut lui aussi mieux qu'un long discours, que dire alors de ceux qui ornent les vilains murs de nos villes et les rendent supportables.
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The second half of "The Art of Rimpa: From Koetsu and Sotatsu to the Edo Rimpa School" exhibition continues from Feb. 11-March 21 at Idemitsu Museum of Arts in Tokyo's Marunouchi district.
Clifton Karhu was born in 1927 in Duluth, Minnesota.
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Description : Yamamura Toyonari (1885-1942) and Yoshikawa Kanpo (1894-1979) Two woodblock prints Each an actor half-portrait, the first depicting Nakamura Ganjiro I as Akane Hanshichi , 1920, signed Toyonari ga , with circular seal Dai-kyu , left margin with a red 19 impressed Hayashi mark; the second of Kataoka Gado as Miyuki , 1924, signed Kampo , from a limited edition of 200 by Sato Shotaro, the left margin sealed Sato Sho[taro]-han - very good impressions and color, very slight wrinkles and traces of adhesive to the reverse top, otherwise very good condition 16 1/4 x 11 1/4 and 16 1/2 x 11 1/4in (41.2 x 28.6 and 42 x 28.7cm) Other impressions of both prints in Kendall Brown's Shin-Hanga: New Prints in Modern Japan (Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1996), p.10, p.39, cat. 4c and fig. 49, cat. 49. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Born in the Okayama prefecture of Japan, Chiura Obata was adopted by his uncle, an artist.
Matsubara Naoko (松原直子) was born in 1937 in Tokushima Prefecture, Shikoku, an island on the Inland Sea.
Shotei - Hiroaki Takahashi : F&R Fine Arts, Japanese Woodblock Prints, Japanese Prints, Paul Jacoulet, Kawase Hasui, Hiroshi Yoshida, Charles Bartlett(Shotei) Takahashi Hiroaki (1871-1944): Takahashi Hiroaki (Shotei) was born in Asakusa, Tokyo in 1871 and when nine years old began studying Japanese-style painting with his uncle Matsumoto Fuko (1840-1923). By age 16 he was working at the Imperial Household Department of Foreign Affairs, copying designs of foreign medals and ceremonial objects.