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Isaku Nakagawa

Japanese, (1899–2000)
Nakagawa Isaku was born in Kyoto and graduated from the Kyoto Shiritsu Bijutsu Kôgei Gakkô (Kyoto City School of Fine Arts and Crafts) in 1918 and the Kyoyo Shiritsu Kaiga Senmon Gakkô (Kyoto City Specialist School of Painting) in 1921. His prints of women issued in the 1930s are admired for the realism of their gestures and the detailed and accurately rendered textile patterns. He was also fond of depicting fish subjects, as well as landscapes and portraits. Overall, Nakagawa's prints have survived in very few impressions, suggesting his editions were rather small.

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