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After moving to Paris in 1913, Japanese-French painter Leonard Tsuguharu Foujita (1886-1968) became a member of the School of Paris (Ecole de Paris), a community of influential French and emigre artists famous for nurturing new art movements. Despite having no previous connections in Paris, he was quick to success and chose to spend half his lifetime in France.

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