The Poster Journal

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Joaquim Pedro Ribeiro Araujo was a talented artist lost to time. His Japanese-inspired woodcuts showed beautiful scenes of daily life and cultural exploration. His style is one that not many people hold and he was well-received throughout his time spent in Asia. At home in Brazil he surrounded himself with many avant garde Brazilian artists, further elevating his work.

    Joaquim Pedro Ribeiro Araujo was a Brazilian artist prominent in the 1960s. Since his decade of international fame, during which Joaquim was the first South American artist invited to exhibit in countries as distant as Thailand and Pakistan, Joaquim’s contributions to modern art have been tragically lost to the ages. Through his art, Joaquim successfully captured the rising...

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