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Eastern Impressions: Western Printmakers And the Orient: A Japanese Artist In London: Yoshio Markino

Eastern Impressions: Western Printmakers And the Orient: A Japanese Artist In London: Yoshio Markino

Red Sun by Yoshio Fujimaki - 1934, color woodcut, colored by hand and partly collaged on paper, 41.7×27.9 cm. The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Red Sun by Yoshio Fujimaki - 1934, color woodcut, colored by hand and partly collaged on paper, 41.7×27.9 cm. The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

'The 12 Signs of the Zodiac Capricorn' by Japanese artist & printmaker Yoshio Imamura (b.1948). Etching, chine collé, edition of 30, 25 x 19.5 cm. via Tolman Collection

'The 12 Signs of the Zodiac Capricorn' by Japanese artist & printmaker Yoshio Imamura (b.1948). Etching, chine collé, edition of 30, 25 x 19.5 cm. via Tolman Collection

artwork: Yoshio Imamura - "Geography", 2003 - Etching (chine-collé printing process); ink and silver leaf on paper - Edition 4 of 20 Collection of Paul and Christine Meehan.

artwork: Yoshio Imamura - "Geography", 2003 - Etching (chine-collé printing process); ink and silver leaf on paper - Edition 4 of 20 Collection of Paul and Christine Meehan.

Tanaka Ryohei is one of the most important contemporary etching artist in Japan. Born in 1933 in Takatsuki City (Osaka Prefecture), he studied etching techniques under Foruno Yoshio and began to exhibit in 1966 with the Japanese Print Association, quickly gaining notoriety. His work has always...

Tanaka Ryohei is one of the most important contemporary etching artist in Japan. Born in 1933 in Takatsuki City (Osaka Prefecture), he studied etching techniques under Foruno Yoshio and began to exhibit in 1966 with the Japanese Print Association, quickly gaining notoriety. His work has always...

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