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Hisako Hibi


Hisako Hibi - "Water tank"

Sunflowers were one of the only types of flowers that could be grown in the desert climate of Utah. This painting is evidence of the effort made by the prisoners to beautify their otherwise desolate and bleak environment. They did so through such things as gardens and gravel paths/roads, as shown here.

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Hisako Hibi - "Water tank"
uploaded by eishida
Description Unframed stretched canvas. Image of a child walking down a sidewalk with barracks and sunflowers. There is a water tank in the background. Inscription Signed, LL: Hisako Hibi / … More »

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