Elizabeth Keith

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A print depicting Seoul's "Great East Gate" (Dongdaemun) by Keith, c. 1924, on display at the British Museum
  • Born: 1887
  • Died: 1956

Elizabeth Keith was a noted early 20th century print artist, based for many years in Japan, who used techniques and style from ukiyo-e and shin hanga.

Between 1919 and 1939, she also visited Korea several times, and produced a number of prints depicting Korean sites and scenes.


  • Gallery labels, British Museum.[1]
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