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Description Edwardian London Through Japanese Eyes considers the career of the Japanese artist Yoshio Markino , a prominent figure on the early twentieth-century London art scene whose popular illustrations of British life adroitly blended stylistic elements of East and West. He established his reputation with watercolors for the avant-garde Studio magazine and attained success with The Colour of London , the book that offered, in word and picture, his outsider's response to the modern Edwardian metropolis.
Three years later he recounted his British experiences in an admired autobiography aptly titled A Japanese Artist in London.
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Here, and in later publications, Markino offered a distinctively Japanese perspective on European life that won him recognition and fame in a Britain that was actively engaging with pro-Western Meiji Japan. Based on a wide range of unpublished manuscripts and Edwardian commentary, this lavishly illustrated book provides a close examination of over examples of his art as well analysis of his writings in English that covered topics as wide-ranging as the English and Japanese theater, women's suffrage, current events in the Far East and observations on traditional Asian art as well as Western Post-Impressionism.