Tuesday, January 4, 2011

East Gate, Pyeng Yang, Korea, 1925, by Elizabeth Keith

Scotswoman Elizabeth Keith "probably would never have become the artist we know today, if her sister had not married a publisher in Japan," where she taught herself her art in the 1920s.

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