Introduction
Ken Domon (土門 拳, Domon Ken, 25 October 1909 – 15 September 1990) is one of the most renowned Japanese photographers of the 20th century. He is most celebrated as a photojournalist, though he may have been most prolific as a photographer of Buddhist temples and statuary.
Wikidata
Q3195028
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Nationality
Japanese
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Photographer
Names
Ken Domon, 土門拳
Ulan
500122206
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