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Keisai Eisen  1790-1848, JP

(Ikeda Yeisan)
 

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Works on Paper



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Country
USA 5
Japan 1
France 1
Switzerland 1




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Artist Rank
Utagawa Kunisada    4
Hokusai    3



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1790 Born in (JP)


1848 Died

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 8  Please report missing Information



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2014
   Erotic Art of Japan: Everybody - Scholten Japanese Art, New York City, NY

2013
   Re:Vision/Landscapes from the Permanent Collection - Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA
Description  From Japonism to Zen. Paul Klee and the Far East - Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern

2007
   Paragons of Fashion: Early Nineteenth Century Japanese Woodblock Prints of Beauties - Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA

2006
   Autour de Hiroshige - Galerie Tanakaya, Paris

2002
   Bijinga: Japanese Paintings of Beautiful Women - Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena, CA

1998
   White And Black" - Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo

1972
   Very Small Paintings, Objects, Works On Paper: Wilke Collection - Indianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, Indianapolis, IN

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Australia

 Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA

Finland

 Ateneum Art Museum - Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki

Israel

 The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

USA

 Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

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Last update: 22 June 2014
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