Nakaji Yasui (1901-1942)

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Photographe. - Membre du "Naniwa shashin Club" (en 1920) et du "Tanpei shashin Club" (en 1930)
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安井 仲治 (1901-1942) (japonais)
Yasui Nakaji (1901-0942) (japonais)
仲治 安井 (1901-1942) (japonais)
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  • Yasui Nakaji

    Material description : 1 vol. (71 p.)
    Edition : 1999 Tōkyō Iwanami shoten. - 1999 東京 岩波書店

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  • Documents by this author : Nakaji Yasui : photographer, 1903-1942 / edited by the Shoto museum of art, Nagoya city art museum, Kyodo news, 2004
  • Ouvrages de reference : NDL Authority File, 2012 : Yasui Nakaji (1901-1942)
    Nakaji Yasui - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2006-09-15)
  • Catalogues de la BnF : BnF Service japonais, 2012-06-22

Variants of the name

  • 安井 仲治 (1901-1942) (japonais)
  • Yasui Nakaji (1901-0942) (japonais)
  • 仲治 安井 (1901-1942) (japonais)
  • Nakaji Yasui (1901-1942)

Wikipedia Biography

  • Nakaji Yasui est un des plus importants photographes de la première moitié du XX siècle au Japon.

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