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Born in Tokyo in 1914, ISABURO OKA graduated in art history from Tokyo University's School of Literature in 1941. Having served as the head of the fine arts division of the Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties and as the director of the Gunma Prefectural Museum of Modem Art, he is now trustee to the Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art. Oka is the author of numerous publications in Japanese and is a co-author of The Decadents, a look at the work of more flamboyant woodblock artists.
"In hundreds of breathtakingly beautiful works, Hiroshige captured with delicate color and poignant human touches the city and country scenes he knew." --Boston Globe