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Foujita Discovers the Americas: An Artist's Tour - Part 1

Greg RobinsonSeth Jacobowitz

The name of Léonard Foujita (AKA Tsuguharu Foujita) has lost much of its luster today. However, in his heyday in Paris in the 1920s, Foujita was not only the most celebrated Japanese artist in the world, but (along with Hollywood star Sessué Hayakawa) arguably the most famous living person ...

Foujita Discovers the Americas: An Artist's Tour - Part 1

Greg RobinsonSeth Jacobowitz

The name of Léonard Foujita (AKA Tsuguharu Foujita) has lost much of its luster today. However, in his heyday in Paris in the 1920s, Foujita was not only the most celebrated Japanese artist in the world, but (along with Hollywood star Sessué Hayakawa) arguably the most famous living person ...

Foujita Discovers the Americas: An Artist's Tour - Part 1

Greg RobinsonSeth Jacobowitz

The name of Léonard Foujita (AKA Tsuguharu Foujita) has lost much of its luster today. However, in his heyday in Paris in the 1920s, Foujita was not only the most celebrated Japanese artist in the world, but (along with Hollywood star Sessué Hayakawa) arguably the most famous living person ...

Foujita Discovers the Americas: An Artist's Tour - Part 1

Greg RobinsonSeth Jacobowitz

The name of Léonard Foujita (AKA Tsuguharu Foujita) has lost much of its luster today. However, in his heyday in Paris in the 1920s, Foujita was not only the most celebrated Japanese artist in the world, but (along with Hollywood star Sessué Hayakawa) arguably the most famous living person ...

Foujita Discovers the Americas: An Artist's Tour - Part 1

Greg RobinsonSeth Jacobowitz

The name of Léonard Foujita (AKA Tsuguharu Foujita) has lost much of its luster today. However, in his heyday in Paris in the 1920s, Foujita was not only the most celebrated Japanese artist in the world, but (along with Hollywood star Sessué Hayakawa) arguably the most famous living person ...

Foujita Discovers the Americas: An Artist's Tour - Part 1

Greg RobinsonSeth Jacobowitz

The name of Léonard Foujita (AKA Tsuguharu Foujita) has lost much of its luster today. However, in his heyday in Paris in the 1920s, Foujita was not only the most celebrated Japanese artist in the world, but (along with Hollywood star Sessué Hayakawa) arguably the most famous living person ...

Foujita Discovers the Americas: An Artist's Tour - Part 1

Greg RobinsonSeth Jacobowitz

The name of Léonard Foujita (AKA Tsuguharu Foujita) has lost much of its luster today. However, in his heyday in Paris in the 1920s, Foujita was not only the most celebrated Japanese artist in the world, but (along with Hollywood star Sessué Hayakawa) arguably the most famous living person ...

Foujita Discovers the Americas: An Artist's Tour - Part 1

Greg RobinsonSeth Jacobowitz

The name of Léonard Foujita (AKA Tsuguharu Foujita) has lost much of its luster today. However, in his heyday in Paris in the 1920s, Foujita was not only the most celebrated Japanese artist in the world, but (along with Hollywood star Sessué Hayakawa) arguably the most famous living person ...

Kin was Much More than Kind: The Japanese Student Who Transformed Maryville

Greg Robinson


Kin was Much More than Kind: The Japanese Student Who Transformed Maryville

Greg Robinson


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I am a native New Yorker who is Professor of History at l'Université du Québec À Montréal, a French-language institution in Montreal, Canada. In addition to writing multiple books on Japanese American and Japanese Caandian history, I write the regular historical column "The Great Unknown" for the NICHI BEI WEEKLY newspaper.

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