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May 20-July 2

Takeji Asano (1900-99) first gained acclaim as a landscape ukiyo-e woodblock print artist at the age of 31, when he completed his “New Urban Landscapes” series of Osaka and Kyoto views. Though he continued to use traditional techniques throughout his career, he also produced free-style woodcuts that became known for their simplicity and gentle humor.

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