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Yofu Gajo Meiji Era Artworks [30 Images]

Yofu Gajo Meiji Era Artworks [30 Images]

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Yofu Gajo is a collection of artworks that were produced during the Meiji era (1868-1912) in Japan. The collection was assembled by Yofu Sōkan, a wealthy merchant and art collector who was a patron of the arts during the Meiji period. Many of the pieces in the collection were created by some of the most prominent artists of the Meiji era, such as Kōno Bairei, Tsuji Kakō, and Kawabata Gyokushō.

One of the defining characteristics of Meiji-era art is its fusion of traditional Japanese artistic techniques with Western influences. This is reflected in many of the pieces in the Yofu Gajo collection, which often feature a mix of traditional Japanese motifs and techniques with Western-style composition and perspective.

The Yofu Gajo collection is considered to be one of the most important collections of Meiji-era art in Japan, and has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. The collection provides a valuable glimpse into the cultural and artistic developments that took place in Japan during the Meiji era, as the country underwent a period of rapid modernization and Westernization.

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