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Hironobu, Oda (1888 - ?)

Oda Hironobu was an artist who designed a small number of shin-hanga landscapes during the 1930s. Little is known about Hironobu's life and his woodblock prints are rarely found for sale. Apparently he worked with a publisher named Maeba, although another source states that his prints were published by Nishinomiya as early as 1924. Some of his prints are included in the renowned Robert O. Muller collection of 20th century Japanese prints, now belonging to the Smithsonian.