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|Long loan||Camberwell College of Arts Main collection||Printed books||709.52 SAN (Browse shelf (Opens below))||Available||34352090|
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|709.52 SAB In battle's light :||709.52 SAL Japanese popular prints : from votive slips to playing cards /||709.52 SAN The confusion era :||709.52 SAN Yoshitoshi's women : the woodblock-print series Fūzoku sanjūnisō /||709.52 SAT Japan and Britain : an aesthetic dialogue 1850-1930 /||709.52 SAT Japan and Britain : an aesthetic dialogue 1850-1930 /||709.52 SAW Art in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism.|
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Esteemed woodblock printer Taiso Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) is best known for designs of Japan's legendary past, for violent and bloody images, and for his images of women. Fuzoku sanjuniso, Thirty-two Aspects of Daily Life, was issued in 1888. The series followed a traditional format: a lighthearted
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