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The prevailing theory of modern and contemporary art is that influence flows from West to East. The life and legacy of Toko Shinoda—who turned 106 this year—is a riposte to this, and much else beside. Her Sumi ink paintings hang in the most important museums in the world and belong in collections owned by the Imperial family of Japan and the Rockefellers of New York. “I grew to admire Shinoda immensely, especially the way in which she balanced simplicity and


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