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Yoshida Hiroshi: A Japanese artist in India: Woodblock prints from the Lahiri Collection

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In 1930, the Japanese artist Yoshida Hiroshi (1876–1950) spent several months travelling in India and Southeast Asia. After his return to Japan he produced a series of 32 woodblock prints inspired by his travels. A leading figure in the ‘shin-hanga’ (new print) movement, which contributed to the renewal of Japanese printmaking after the end of the Meiji era (1912), Yoshida first trained in the Western oil painting tradition. Using traditional Japanese printing techniques but remaining closely...

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University of Oxford
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GLAM
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Ashmolean Museum
Oxford college:
Jesus College
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University of Oxford
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ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM
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GLAM
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Publisher:
Ashmolean Museum Publisher's website
Publication date:
2015-01-01
Source identifiers:
715575
Language:
English
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2019-02-05

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