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Tetsuya Noda, born 5 March 1940, is a contemporary artist and one of the world's pre-eminent printmakers and a leading figure in Japanese contemporary design. Noda was the first Japanese artist to combine photography and woodblock printing.  He is well known for artworks that capture moments in daily life; neighborhood scenes, his young daughter or vegetables in the kitchen as a series of diary entries by silk screen with photograph and wood engraving. Oil painter Hideo Noda was his uncle.

Museums:
National Museum of Art-Tokyo
Museum of Modern Art
Smithsonian
British Museum
Art Institute of Chicago
Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Tetsuya Noda, Diary March 5, 1979

Diary Sept. 2nd, 2005 in  Weed, California

Tetsuya Noda, Diary Sept. 12th 2007

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