About Artist: Born in 1953 the adopted son of Broadway composer-lyricist Harold Rome, Joshua Rome was exposed to the arts from an early age.Joshua Rome is an American who lived with his family for 25 years in a small hamlet in the hills near Kyoto/Japan chronicling the life of his rural neighbors. He was born in Hartford, CT, USA. His teachers were Clifton Karhu and Kuroda Kenkichi.We published this article on the occasion of our first presentation of woodblock prints by Mr. Joshua Rome in a solo auction in March 2006. The solo auction feature(s/d) 25 of the artist's prints including several of his major art works shown at the prestigious CWAJ print shows.At the age of twenty-one, Rome made his way to Japan with the hopes of studying Japanese cabinetry. However he met the woodblock artist Clifton Karhu, who befriended Rome and took him on as an apprentice. At first Rome was more interested in carving of the blocks but during three years of apprenticeship he gained an appreciation for color and paper.
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