Japanese Azaleas - Ogawa Kazumasa
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- Date of Creation: Meiji period (1896)
- Art Movement: Ukiyo-e
The exquisite hand-coloured flower collotype, Japanese Azaleas, was featured in the 1896 book Some Japanese Flowers.
About the Artist:
Kazumasa Ogawa (1860 – 1929) was a pioneering Japanese photographer who lived through the Meiji era. He’s known for a lot of photographic firsts — first photo studio in Tokyo (1884), first collotype photo printing business (1889), the list goes on — but he’s also known for his hand-colored photos of flowers, plants and landscapes of Japan.
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- 35mm x 22mm stainless steel sheet with 14k gold/silver plated frame