Japanese Inozuke Hazama was a Western-style painter and printmaker who studied from 1921-29, and from 1933-35 in France, with Henri Matisse during the second period. In the 1920s and the 1930s Hazama made both woodblock prints and lithographs. On his return to Japan in the 1950s he mainly occupied himself with pottery and porcelain decoration.
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