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Morgan Falconer

British painter of Japanese birth. She studied at Wimbledon School of Art, London (1991–2) and Goldsmiths’ College, London (1993–5). Hasegawa came to prominence in the mid-1990s with large cut-out tableaux which bear idealized images of young people. Constructed from MDF and painted in gloss, they resemble displays from store windows. Initially she based her work on images of models that she took from magazines: ...

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Mitsuhiko Hasebe

Japanese potter, calligrapher and medallist. At an early age he taught himself seal-carving and calligraphy, for which he won a prize in 1904; soon after he became a commercial calligrapher and medallist. In 1915 he had his first experience of decorating pottery at a kiln in the district of Hokuriku. In ...

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John-Paul Stonard

British painter. She completed a foundation course at Croydon College of Art (1983–4), and a BFA at Goldsmiths’ College, London (1984–7). Her reputation was quickly established; a year after her inclusion in the exhibition Freeze (curated by fellow artist Damien Hirst in ...

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Japanese, 19th – 20th century, male.

Born 19 March 1852, in Edo (Tokyo); died 10 October 1934, in Tokyo.

Sculptor. Buddhist subjects. Wood carving, bronze and metalwork.

Takamura Koun exhibited in Paris including at the 1900 Exposition Universelle, where he received a bronze medal. He sought to preserve the art of traditional Japanese wood carving....

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1919, in Tokushima Prefecture; died 1986, in Kanagawa Prefecture.

Painter.

Groups: Nihon Bijutsu-kai, Zen-Ei Bijutsu-kai.

After training as a goldsmith, Yamashita Ki- kuji studied painting in Tokyo from 1938. He worked in a Surrealist style often intermingled with elements of calligraphy. In ...

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Chinese, 20th century, male.

Born in Guangdong.

Sculptor, medallist.

Zheng Ke trained in France.