Wolfe–Montcalm Monument, Quebec, Canada
Henry Roderick Newman
Newman made one trip to Japan in 1896–97. This meticulously painted view of the famed bronze statue of Buddha at Kamakura is one of a number of watercolors he completed in 1898 that were inspired by his stay in Japan.
Descriptive medium: Watercolor and graphite on paper
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