Kimura Uzan (1891~1977), 1937. This yuzen kimono is well known as one of Kimura Uzan's masterpieces. He developed his own novel twists on the traditional techniques of Kaga Yuzen, that had flourished in the Kaga fief toward the end of the Edo period (mid to late 19C). // Ishikawa Prefecture Museum of Art, Japan
Formal kimono produced in 1936 by Tameji Ueno, holder of an 'Important Intangible Cultural Asset'
Masses of Blooming Hollyhock (1998) by the Late Japanese textile artist Itchiku Kubota(1917-2003) form the exhibition,Kimono as Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota, Canton Museum of Art in Canton, Ohio
Kaga-Yuzen. Hiroshi Mizuno , Japan
絹の友禅で木村雨山の「一越縮緬地花鳥文訪問着」(1934年、 Kimono､bird and flower design､yuzen dyeing on crepe silk）