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Ohara Koson

Ohara Koson was a late-19th and early-20th century Japanese print designer who was part of the shin-hanga (new print) movement that both revived the traditional ukiyo-e style, and took after European Impressionism. Ohara usually made Kachō-e (bird-and-flower) paintings that sold well both in Japan and abroad—particularly in the United States.

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Spot Color: Pantone 348 U
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