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Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) Hatakudari in Shiobara (Shiobara, Hatakudari) signed Hasui with artist's seal Sui, publisher's seal Watanabe, dated on lower left margin Showa nijuichinen saku (made in Showa 21 )
Affiche Delftsche Slaolie, Jan Toorop, 1894
When the Japanese mend broken objects, they fill them in with gold. They believe when something has suffered damage and has a history, it becomes more beautiful. It's time we rethink our philosophy on aging.
Woodblock by Utagawa Kunisada II, 1860, courtesy of www.robynbuntin.com/ukiyo-e/item.asp?ProductID=2479
Ikenaga Yasunari（池永康晟 1965～）
Modern twist on traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e style.