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Hasui, Kawase - Ueno Park, Tokyo

Hasui Kawase was a Japanese artist. He was one of the most prominent print designers of the shin-hanga movement. Born: May Tokyo, JapanDied: November Tokyo, Japan

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Japanese Woodblock Prints and Decorative Arts

Hasui Kawase 1883-1957

Kankai-ji Temple in Beppu, circa 1927 by Hasui -

KASAMATSU Shiro(笠松紫浪 Japanese, 1898-1991?) Cherry and Toshogu in Ueno 櫻 上野東照宮 Woodblock print via

KASAMATSU Shiro(笠松紫浪 Japanese, 1898-1991?) Cherry and Toshogu in Ueno 櫻 上野東照宮 Woodblock print via

戦前の絵葉書 戦後の絵葉書 楽しめる絵葉書: 戦前絵葉書 川瀬巴水 朝鮮 京城三越 木版画

"Korea Keishu Seoul Mitsukoshi" by the Japanese artist Kawase Hasui

Kasamatsu-Plum Trees at Yoshino

笠松紫浪: Plum Trees At Yoshino - Ohmi Gallery

Hasui Kawase

Hasui Kawase

Kawase Hasui: Deer and Shrine

"Deer Strolling along Kasuga Shrine, Nara" by Hasui, Kawase - Small format

Cherry blossoms in Ueno Park by Tsuchiya Koitsu

Thumbnail of Original Japanese Woodblock Print by Shoson

Specializing in fine Century Japanese Woodblock Prints: Shoson - /

For the largest collection of century Japanese woodblock prints including, Kankai Temple in Rain, Beppu by Hasui Kawase, visit Ronin Gallery in NYC today!

Spring Rain at Gokoku-ji Temple

Spring Rain at Gokoku-ji Temple

川瀬巴水: Heian Shrine (Heisei Ed.) - Artelino

Kawase Hasui: Heian Shrine (Heisei Ed.

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Hasui Kawase 18831957 Full Moon over Matsuyama Castle artelino

HASUI Japanese Woodblock Print MT Fuji from Shoji 1930s | eBay

Mount Fuji seen from Lake Shoji

Artist: Kawase Hasui Title: The Golden Hall at Chûson-ji Temple in Hiraizumi (Hiraizumi Chûson-ji Konjikidô), from the series Collected Views of Japan, Eastern Japan Edition (Nihon fûkei shû higashi Nihon hen) - Museum of Fine Arts October 1935

Kawase Hasui 川瀬 巴水 (Japanese, - The Golden Hall at Chûson-ji Temple in Hiraizumi (Hiraizumi Chûson-ji Konjikidô), from the series Collected Views of Japan, Eastern Japan Edition, 1935 Woodblock Print

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