Tamami Shima

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Born in 1937, Tamami Shima is a well-regarded woman sosaku hanga artist born in Hirosaki; she graduated from Tokyo Women's University of Arts in 1958.

Her work was included in James Michener's 1962 seminal book and print portfolio The Modern Japanese Print. She was known to have used plywood blocks to impart textures to her work, which included approximately sixty works during her lifetime.

Her works are in many museum collections including SFMOMA, the Portland Art Museum, LACMA, the British Museum, the Smithsonian, and the National Gallery of Australia.

She died in 1999.

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