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KIYOSHI HASEGAWA (Japanese / 1891-1980)

Kiyoshi Hasegawa (in Japanese, Hasegawa Kiyoshi) was born in Yokohama. He moved to Paris alongside fellow Japanese artist Foujita, and spent most of his life there, working in a Western style deeply influenced by the subtlety of line and feeling in Japanese art. Western influences on his work include Jean Laboureur and Jules Pascin. Hasegawa's prints are primarily engravings and mezzotints. In 2005 the Yokohama Museum of Art received over 1000 items from the Paris atelier of Kiyoshi Hasegawa.

See also:

LEOPOLD GOTLIEB
AKI KURODA
HIROSHI TESHIGAHARA
TSUGUHARU FOUJITA
JEAN-EMILE LABOUREUR

Selected prints by KIYOSHI HASEGAWA

Femme nue, 1929
Engraving
Femme nue, 1929
Engraving
Cambodge-Cochinchine, 1931
Pochoir

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