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Volume 2 – Number 2

Feb 1971

Hiroshige's Gentle Landscapes
Lovely, Serene Samoa
Country Report: Japan
Personal Celadons of Korea
China's Warlord Era
Borobudur: Javanese Nirvana

"Two Girls on a Moon-viewing Platform" is one of the less well-known works of Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858), the early-nineteenth-century landscape artist and print-maker who ranks with Hokusai as a master of the art of the Japanese woodblock print. This charming round painting, possibly a fan print, typifies Hiroshige's delightful sense of color and innocent realism.

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