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¡What "Reading Oil Paintings" means¡

Gallery Talk August16.2001
Prof. Shinsuke UTADA

X-ray photographs show that the painters in the former half of the Meiji-era studied European traditional techniques and materials faithfully. In the latter half of the Meiji-era, painters like KURODA introduced new techniques from France, which express shade parts without using black or brown colors. However, X-ray photographs show that the traditional techniques were not passed down correctly.

EWhat "Reading Oil Paintings" means
EGallery Talk, August 9
EGallery Talk, August 16
EGallery Talk, August 23
EGallery Talk, August 30
EGallery Talk, September 6
EGallery Talk, September 13
EGallery Talk, September 20

left: Hisashi MATSUOKA "Girl" right: Charles WIRGMAN "GOSEDA Horyu"
X-ray photographs show the difference between Japanese and European painters in the way they looked at the things.
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