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© 2022 McGaw Graphics, Inc. About the ArtistAndo Hiroshige was one of the most famous Japanese artists of the Ukiyo-e school. He was especially revered for his landscapes depicting lyrical scenes of everyday life. Hiroshige was born in Edo (now Tokyo). When he was orphaned at the age of twelve, he assumed his father's job as firefighter. Soon, however, he was inspired by the prints of the esteemed artist Hokusai to become an artist. Hiroshige apprenticed himself to the artist Utagawa…

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Praised by art critics and collectors, exhibited in renowned museums... Here are the most important contemporary artists of today.

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Beasts live in Nature, while Nature live in Beasts. That seems to be one of the themes beautifully c...

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“Hasui Kawase (川瀬 巴水, Kawase Hasui, May 18, 1883 – November 7, 1957) was a Japanese artist. He was one of the most prominent print designers of the shin-hanga ("new prints") movement.”

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A picture is worth a thousand words... At least that's exactly how people feel when seeing illustrations by a mysterious Japanese artist Avogado6.

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This is a new painting by Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara for the Kiyosumi Earthquake Relief Charity Auction in April of 2011. If you want to support earthquake victims and own an original painting by Nara, here's your chance! Please check out the auction website for a full listing of art on auction. [Note: This is a promo image for the show, copyright Yoshitomo Nara.]

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© 2022 McGaw Graphics, Inc. About the ArtistAndo Hiroshige was one of the most famous Japanese artists of the Ukiyo-e school. He was especially revered for his landscapes depicting lyrical scenes of everyday life. Hiroshige was born in Edo (now Tokyo). When he was orphaned at the age of twelve, he assumed his father's job as firefighter. Soon, however, he was inspired by the prints of the esteemed artist Hokusai to become an artist. Hiroshige apprenticed himself to the artist Utagawa…

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