Nobukazu (1872 - 1944 )

Nobukazu Watanabe was a woodblock print artist active during the during the late 19th century. A student of Chikanobu Toyohara, Nobukazu worked across a variety of genres, from senso-e (war prints) depicting the Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) to scenes of Meiji-period modernization. He used the go Yosai. His prints can be found in the collections of institutions worldwide, including the Victoria & Albert in London and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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November: Tea Ceremony

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November: Tea Ceremony

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May: Carp Streamer

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May: Carp Streamer

JPR-109606

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Full Moon Viewing in Autumn

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Full Moon Viewing in Autumn

JPR-97296

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Beautiful Women Viewing the Moon

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Beautiful Women Viewing the Moon

JPR-111128

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December: Preparing New Kimono for the New Year

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December: Preparing New Kimono for the New Year

JPR-109594

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September: Moon Viewing

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September: Moon Viewing

JPR-109614

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July: Star Festival

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July: Star Festival

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January: New Year's Card Game

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January: New Year's Card Game

JPR-109554

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Gathering Shells in April

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Gathering Shells in April

JPR-109812

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Hachiman Taro Yoshiie at the Battle of Go-san-nen

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Hachiman Taro Yoshiie at the Battle of Go-san-nen

JP1-51147

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Women's Music Lesson

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Women's Music Lesson

JPR-97365

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Snow

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Snow

JPR-97369

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Music Party in the Moonlit Night

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Music Party in the Moonlit Night

JPR-97349

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