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Konoshima Ōkoku, Drizzling Shower of Rain, 1907.
1media/Konoshima_Okoku_Regenschauer_rechts_thumb.jpg2021-02-16T00:30:56-05:00Magdalena Kolodziejedc0cba8697e2d8ae1adc4d7399e2c567c2e5e46354Konoshima Ōkoku's "Drizzling Shower of Rain" (right screen), first on display at the first Ministry of Education Fine Arts Exhibition, 1907. Today, in the collection of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.plain2021-12-21T13:56:36-05:00Wikipedia commons.Public domain.Magdalena KolodziejMK-0050David Ambaras1337d6b66b25164b57abc529e56445d238145277