Talk:Shin-hanga

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Robert O. Muller link goes to the wrong page[edit]

The Robert O. Muller links to a page about a different person with a similar name.

He may be notable enough for his own page given he was instrumental in the Shin Hanga movement reaching the West, and his estate has one of the best collections of these works including the art publishers themselves.

Information about the correct Robert 'Bob' Muller:

http://shotei.com/articles/bobmuller/obituary.jpg http://shotei.com/articles/bobmuller/bobmuller.htm —Preceding unsigned comment added by MongooseIchiban (talkcontribs) 17:45, 4 May 2009 (UTC)