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Chizuko Yoshida (née Inoue) (吉田 千鶴子 Yoshida Chizuko, born March 20, 1924, died April 1, 2017 Yokohama) was a Japanese artist. She was a modernist, whose work reflected the development of art in Japan following World War II. She is noted for providing a connective link between widespread modern art movements (such as abstract expressionism and op art) and traditional Japanese imagery.

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  • Chizuko Yoshida (née Inoue) (吉田 千鶴子 Yoshida Chizuko, born March 20, 1924, died April 1, 2017 Yokohama) was a Japanese artist. She was a modernist, whose work reflected the development of art in Japan following World War II. She is noted for providing a connective link between widespread modern art movements (such as abstract expressionism and op art) and traditional Japanese imagery.
  • Chizuko Yoshida (née Inoue) (吉田 千鶴子, Yoshida Chizuko, born March 20, 1924, died April 1, 2017 Yokohama) was a Japanese artist. She was a modernist, whose work reflected the development of art in Japan following World War II. She is noted for providing a connective link between widespread modern art movements (such as abstract expressionism and op art) and traditional Japanese imagery.
  • Chizuko Yoshida (née Inoue) (吉田 千鶴子, Yoshida Chizuko, March 20, 1924 - April 1, 2017 Yokohama) was a Japanese artist. She was a modernist, whose work reflected the development of art in Japan following World War II. She is noted for providing a connective link between widespread modern art movements (such as abstract expressionism and op art) and traditional Japanese imagery.
  • Chizuko Yoshida (née Inoue) (吉田 千鶴子, Yoshida Chizuko, March 20, 1924 – April 1, 2017 Yokohama) was a Japanese modernist artist, whose work reflected the development of art in Japan following World War II. She was noted for providing a connective link between widespread modern art movements (such as abstract expressionism and op art) and traditional Japanese imagery.
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  • Chizuko Yoshida (née Inoue) (吉田 千鶴子 Yoshida Chizuko, born March 20, 1924, died April 1, 2017 Yokohama) was a Japanese artist. She was a modernist, whose work reflected the development of art in Japan following World War II. She is noted for providing a connective link between widespread modern art movements (such as abstract expressionism and op art) and traditional Japanese imagery. She was also important as the middle link in the succession of three generations of women artists in the widely recognized Yoshida family. She was the wife of artist Hodaka Yoshida (1926–1995). Hodaka's mother, Fujio Yoshida (1887–1987), was a noted artist alongside of her husband Hiroshi Yoshida (1876–1950). Chizuko's daughter, Ayomi Yoshida (born 1958), is well known for her modernist woodblock prints and room-size woodblock-chip installations. Three generations of women artists in one family is a rare phenomenon in Japanese art history.
  • Chizuko Yoshida (née Inoue) (吉田 千鶴子, Yoshida Chizuko, born March 20, 1924, died April 1, 2017 Yokohama) was a Japanese artist. She was a modernist, whose work reflected the development of art in Japan following World War II. She is noted for providing a connective link between widespread modern art movements (such as abstract expressionism and op art) and traditional Japanese imagery. She was also important as the middle link in the succession of three generations of women artists in the widely recognized Yoshida family. She was the wife of artist Hodaka Yoshida (1926–1995). Hodaka's mother, Fujio Yoshida (1887–1987), was a noted artist alongside of her husband Hiroshi Yoshida (1876–1950). Chizuko's daughter, Ayomi Yoshida (born 1958), is well known for her modernist woodblock prints and room-size woodblock-chip installations. Three generations of women artists in one family is a rare phenomenon in Japanese art history.
  • Chizuko Yoshida (née Inoue) (吉田 千鶴子, Yoshida Chizuko, March 20, 1924 - April 1, 2017 Yokohama) was a Japanese artist. She was a modernist, whose work reflected the development of art in Japan following World War II. She is noted for providing a connective link between widespread modern art movements (such as abstract expressionism and op art) and traditional Japanese imagery. She was also important as the middle link in the succession of three generations of women artists in the widely recognized Yoshida family. She was the wife of artist Hodaka Yoshida (1926–1995). Hodaka's mother, Fujio Yoshida (1887–1987), was a noted artist alongside of her husband Hiroshi Yoshida (1876–1950). Chizuko's daughter, Ayomi Yoshida (born 1958), is well known for her modernist woodblock prints and room-size woodblock-chip installations. Three generations of women artists in one family is a rare phenomenon in Japanese art history.
  • Chizuko Yoshida (née Inoue) (吉田 千鶴子, Yoshida Chizuko, March 20, 1924 – April 1, 2017 Yokohama) was a Japanese modernist artist, whose work reflected the development of art in Japan following World War II. She was noted for providing a connective link between widespread modern art movements (such as abstract expressionism and op art) and traditional Japanese imagery. She was also important as the middle link in the succession of three generations of women artists in the widely recognized Yoshida family. She was the wife of artist Hodaka Yoshida (1926–1995). Hodaka's mother, Fujio Yoshida (1887–1987), was a noted artist alongside of her husband Hiroshi Yoshida (1876–1950). Chizuko's daughter, Ayomi Yoshida (born 1958), is well known for her modernist woodblock prints and room-size woodblock-chip installations. Three generations of women artists in one family is a rare phenomenon in Japanese art history.
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