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Khanh Trinh, Rosetsu’s women

Nagasawa Rosetsu is best known for his imagery of jocose puppies, monkeys and birds
with anthropomorphised expression and evocative landscapes. This essay focuses on his
depictions of women, hitherto a largely overlooked topic in the discussion of his
idiosyncratic oeuvre. The shift in the characterisation of his female figures reflects his
artistic trajectory from a talented disciple of Maruyama Okyo to a member of the ‘Three
Eccentrics’.

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Sep/Oct 2018
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