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Helen Hyde Americanized Japanese Woodblock Prints Set 1 [42 Images]

Helen Hyde Americanized Japanese Woodblock Prints Set 1 [42 Images]

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Helen Hyde (1868-1919) was an American artist known for her work in the Japanese woodblock print style. She was born in Lima, New York, and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. After studying art in Europe, Hyde moved to Japan in 1899 and lived there for over a decade.

In Japan, Hyde immersed herself in the culture and art of the country, studying traditional Japanese woodblock printing techniques and incorporating them into her own work. Her prints often featured Japanese women and children engaged in everyday activities, such as playing games or doing household chores.

After returning to the United States in 1913, Hyde continued to produce woodblock prints and other works of art inspired by her time in Japan. She also taught art and wrote about her experiences in Japan, becoming an important advocate for Japanese art and culture in the United States.

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