Helen Hyde (American Printmakers)
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Helen Hyde (American Printmakers)

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Studying in Paris during the height of the Japonisme movement, San Franciscan Helen Hyde (1868-1919) adopted the style and method of Japanese woodcuts, but her Western sensibility allowed her to depict subjects not accepted in the traditional repertoire.
Published April 17th 1991 by Smithsonian Books (DC)
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