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History & Criticism
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First-ever survey of this remarkable artist Henry Sugimoto began life as the grandson of a displaced samurai and died in 1990 an American painter. From his early years in California.

First-ever survey of this remarkable artist Henry Sugimoto began life as the grandson of a displaced samurai and died in 1990 an American painter.

This publication accompanies a retrospective exhibition of artist Henry Sugimoto (1900-1990) organized by the Japanese American National Museum, on view from March 24 through September 16, 2001.

This publication accompanies a retrospective exhibition of artist Henry Sugimoto (1900-1990) organized by the Japanese American National Museum, on view from March 24 through September 16, 2001, in the Manabi and Sumi Hirasaki Theater Gallery, the Dr. and Mrs. Edison Miyawaki Gallery, and the Taul and Sachiko Watanabe Gallery. Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-138).

The Japanese American National Museum featured a major exhibition of his work in 2000, and the documentary Harsh Canvas and the book Henry Sugimoto: Painting an American Experience soon .

The Japanese American National Museum featured a major exhibition of his work in 2000, and the documentary Harsh Canvas and the book Henry Sugimoto: Painting an American Experience soon followed Notes. a b c d e Branham, Erin.

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Henry Sugimoto: Painting an American Experience. Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles. Illustrated biographical history of artist Henry Sugimoto. The Japanese American. Highly recommended by the Asian American Curriculum Project, this is one of the Peoples of North America series, with an introduction by Daniel Patrick Moynihan. Knaefler, Tomi Kaizawa.

Henry Yuzuru Sugimoto was a noted artist whose paintings chronicled the immigrant experience, including the time . Henry Sugimoto: Painting an American Experience. Berkeley, CA: Heyday Books, 2000. Peacock, Leslie Newell.

Henry Yuzuru Sugimoto was a noted artist whose paintings chronicled the immigrant experience, including the time he and his family spent in internment camps in southern Arkansas during World War II. Henry Sugimoto was born as Yuzuru Sugimoto on March 12, 1900, in Wakayama Prefecture, Japan. When he was a baby, his father moved to California to seek employment. Nine years later, his mother joined his father in California, leaving Sugimoto and a younger brother in the care of her parents.

Many Japanese Americans from Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, were also sent to Jerome and lived alongside the mainland Japanese . Henry Sugimoto, Untitled (Self Portrait in Camp), 1943, oil on canvas, Japanese American National Museum, Gift of Madeleine Sugimoto and Naomi Tagawa (9. 7.

Many Japanese Americans from Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, were also sent to Jerome and lived alongside the mainland Japanese American population, reflecting the diversity of the Japanese American community. Jerome was located in the Mississippi River Delta region 12 miles west of the Mississippi River, 18 miles south of McGehee, and 120 miles southeast of Little Rock. This object is part of the story Through an Artist's Eyes, which is about Dignity. Look closely at this image.

Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. Henry Sugimoto: Painting An American Experience is the companion volume to a major exhibit of a remarkable Japanese-American artist. Henry Sugimoto (1900-1999) had an art career that spanned the 20th century and whose work reveals a talented, gifted, complex, and engaging painter.

Sugimoto's brush continues to challenge us, his viewers, to expand the domain of 'we', the people" - John Kuo Wei Tchen, New York University. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found

Sugimoto's brush continues to challenge us, his viewers, to expand the domain of 'we', the people" - John Kuo Wei Tchen, New York University. Recently added by. cornellaasp, Sartle. com, KickinFamily, crockerdocents, JAMsj, Zbinden Library, gibzone, asquonk, stephivist. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.

Henry Sugimoto: Painting an American Experience, A Survey of the artist's work, published in conjunction with the Japanese American National Museum. J. Carman, Inc. Art Appraisals. Japanese American Internment Camp Art. The Renwick Gallery's 'The Art of Gaman' exhibition. Japanese American Exhibition Display.

First-ever survey of this remarkable artist

Henry Sugimoto began life as the grandson of a displaced samurai and died in 1990 an American painter. From his early years in California, Paris, and Mexico to the transformative impact of the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans, Sugimoto's art became a vivid expression of the American immigrant experience.

Henry Sugimoto is the first-ever survey of this relatively unknown but remarkable artist. From the early work influenced by the European impressionists and post-impressionists to the later work that extensively documents and interprets the experiences of Japanese Americans behind barbed wire, this is a stunning body of work.

Published in conjunction with the Japanese American National Museum