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Nobukazu Watanabe is a typical printmaker of the late Meiji period. The haydays of ukiyo-e - traditional Japanese woodblock prints - had been over. Photography and lithography replaced more and more the old craft. Publishers and artists tried to keep themselves afloat with print subjects of the Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese wars, images from the imperial court and history scenes.
First Publication: August 2009
Latest Update: April 2013
The artistic output of Watanabe can be roughly grouped into the following subjects and series:
47 sold object(s) by Nobukazu Watanabe 1874-1944 in our Art Archive
2 signature(s) by Nobukazu Watanabe in our Signature Database
Author: Dieter Wanczura
The Lavenberg Collection of Japanese Prints. This site shows a lot of signatures by Nobukazu Watanabe.
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