Tuesday, October 21, 2014
In Japan Times, a report on a new exhibition of the paintings of Shunso Hishida.
[H]e also had a major influence outside Japan, especially on thinkers such as German philosopher Martin Heidegger and American poet Ezra Pound, who were interested in radical forms of traditionalism.
An unacknowledged influence, in so far as I can tell.
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