29 JULY 2015
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
Under the Same Shade: Three Years of Working on the Roof of the World
Where: The Royal Asiatic Society, 14 Stephenson Way, London NW1 (Nearest tube stations Euston Square and Euston mainline).
Lecture starts at 1.15pm and finishes by 2.30pm. The sandwich lunch, from 12.30pm, must be booked by 2.30pm the day before.
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