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Art and the Inaka: Yamamoto Kanae and New Conceptions of Modernity in Rural Japan
Yamamoto Kanae (山本 鼎, 1882-1946) is credited as the founder of sōsaku hanga (The Creative Prints Movement) in Japan as well as the developer of nōmin bijutsu (The Farmers' Art Movement) and jidō jiyūga no shōrei (The Children's Free Drawing Movement), all of which have retained lasting social and cultural legacies up to the present day. However, while some scholarship exists on his work with these individual projects, there is a paucity of research connecting these seemingly disparate, yetdoi:10.22215/etd/2020-14251 fatcat:wzwtmlcjurgklbxeaapk6ozhd4