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  • Kathy Nix

    BERTHA LUM..... was one of the Japanizing artists who helped making the art of (Japanese and Chinese) wood block printing known outside Asia, mixing it with the elegant Art Nouveau. Her prints are inspired by old legends and the street life of Beijing.

  • Francine Byrne

    A Merry Little Breeze by Bertha Lum, 1920 woodblock print

  • Susan Donley Portrait Artist

    Artist Bertha Lum -- Just look at that composition and the muted complementary color scheme!

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'Lanterns' (1906) by American artist & printmaker Bertha Lum (1869-1954). Woodblock print. via hanga gallery, source: the artist's site

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Wind Sprite by Bertha Lum, 1920. Bertha Boynton Lum (1869 – 1954) was an American artist known for helping to make the Japanese and Chinese woodblock print known outside of Asia.

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The Home Coming by Bertha Lum, 1905 Bertha Lum, an American artist active from the 1900's through the 1930's, made a significant contribution to the Japonisme movement with her woodblock prints and paintings. Lum's prints combine sinuous Art-Nouveau curves with flat planes of color that harken back to 19th century ukiyo-e. The subject of her work ranges from children to landscapes to mysterious figures from Asian folklore and legend.

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Road to the Forest ; 1913 ; Bertha Lum. American who bridged the American and Asian/Japanese art world,esp the wood block print. See link for catalogue raisonne. www.bertha-lum.or...

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"Wind Sprite" by Bertha Lum. Woodblock print. Looks like Japanese style.

Bertha Lum, 1912 You can find more of her beautiful work here ~ www.bertha-lum.or...

Bertha Boynton Lum (American), The South Wind, woodblock print, c. 1920.

Bertha Lum, "China Boy" (1904). Bertha Boynton Lum (1869 – 1954) was an American artist known for helping to make the Japanese and Chinese woodblock print known outside of Asia.