How Art Historians Cracked the Case of Enigmatic Japanese Painter Hasegawa Tōhaku
Allison Meier | Artsy | 9th March 2018
Tōhaku was one of the great artists of late 16th century Japan. But where did he come from? A painting in New York may answer this question. He was probably a rural painter who moved to Kyoto and, at some point, changed his name. Impressive if true – Kyoto was known for its bold techniques while Tōhaku’s later works are nearly minimalist. More images are here and a video here.