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KAWASE HASUI - SNOW AND RAIN
First and early editions of Japanese woodblock prints by Kawase Hasui depicting scenes of rain or snow. Hasui is the most celebrated Japanese woodblock print designer of landscapes during the 20th century, and one of the primary artists of the shin hanga ("new prints") movement. As a youth, Hasui studied in the studio of Kaburagi Kiyokata, where he concentrated on watercolor paintings of kabuki stars, landscape and other genre works, which were often published as illustrations. In the early Taisho period, Hasui was introduced to the publisher Watanabe Shozaburo who had been drawn to the talent of Kaburagi Kiyokata's students. Shortly thereafter, Hasui began designing woodblock prints for Watanabe, eventually accumulating a body of work of over 600 different print designs with Watanabe and a few other publishers including Doi. In 1956 Hasui was named a Living National Treasure of Japan by the Japanese government.

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