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Yoshida Hiroshi: A Japanese Artist in India

Yoshida Hiroshi: A Japanese Artist in India

Prints from the Collection of Avijit and Chobi Lahiri
Gallery 29, Ashmolean Museum until 13 Sept 2015

In 1930, Japanese printmaker Yoshida Hiroshi (1876 – 1950) spend several months travelling in India and Southeast Asia. After his return to Japan, he produced a series of woodblock prints inspired by his travels.

On Thursday 10 September, Dr Clare Pollard, Curator of Japanese art gives a talk ‘Yoshida Hiroshi: A Japanese Artist in India’, from 2pm – 3pm in the Education Centre.  £5/£4 concessions. Booking essential. www.ashmolean.org/tickets  or Tel: 01865 305 305

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