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Artist: Hiroshi Yoshida
[Japanese printmaker, 1876-1950]

Title: Moonlight of Taj Mahal

Date: 1931
Medium: color woodcut
Dimensions: 10 x 15 inches (24 x 38 cm)
Location: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, California

Image size: 2637 x 1772 pixels (at full zoom)
              
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  • Select a zoom level in order to enlarge the image. Instead of using your monitor size, I suggest simply selecting the highest size available (24").

  • When you zoom in, the image is made up of a bunch of tiled JPEG files. Therefore, if you want to set the work as your desktop wallpaper or save it to your local hard drive, you have to do a screen grab and paste it into a graphics program. (In Windows, the command for screen grab is alt-shift-PrintScreen.)
 
 
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