Kyosai's Animal Circus
The Japanese artist Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889) delighted in the depiction of animals - crows with strong personalities, frogs in the schoolroom, rats on trapezes, catfish in procession, elephants performing tricks - and frequently used them to satirise contemporary society. This enchanting book reveals a cavalcade of Kyosai's creatures from the renowned Israel Goldman Collection, with an introduction to the artist and his menagerie by Sadamura Koto, a leading authority on Kyosai.
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