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'''[[American Painting]]''' encompasses a wide variety of [[Painting|paintings]], including portraits and landscapes, created in America since its colonization.  
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[[Image:Cherry Blossom Japan.jpg|thumb|240px|Cherry Blossoms and Mt. Fuji]]
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'''[[Japan]]''' (日本国, Nihon-koku in Japanese) is a nation that consists of a group of islands off the eastern coast of [[Asia]].  Its capital, [[Tokyo]], is the largest metropolitan area in the world. Japan is divided into a total of 47 [[prefecture]]s.
  
[[Image:Stuart George Washington portrait.jpg|thumb|[[George Washington]] (Lansdowne portrait) by [[Gilbert Stuart]], 1796.]]
 
  
{{cquote|''Most Americans have fixed their eyes so exclusively on [[European]] painting that they are unaware of their own; they do not realize that we are the inheritors of a tradition of which we may well be proud. Flourishing on these shores for almost three centuries, our painters have expressed with brilliance the life and the dreams of the thirteen Colonies and the expanding United States. They may face the future with confidence based on strength.'' James Thomas Flexner. }}
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In the the August 2009 national elections, the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) suffered a massive defeat as voters blamed it for the poor economy, numerous corruption scandals and Prime Minister [[Taro Aso]]'s uninspiring leadership. The LDP has ruled Japan for nearly all of the last 50 years and is generally conservative, but it lost two-thirds of its seats.  
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The opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) swept the nation, winning 302 of the 480 seats in the powerful lower house, compared to only 112 seats before.  
  
 
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Japan (日本国, Nihon-koku in Japanese) is a nation that consists of a group of islands off the eastern coast of Asia. Its capital, Tokyo, is the largest metropolitan area in the world. Japan is divided into a total of 47 prefectures.


In the the August 2009 national elections, the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) suffered a massive defeat as voters blamed it for the poor economy, numerous corruption scandals and Prime Minister Taro Aso's uninspiring leadership. The LDP has ruled Japan for nearly all of the last 50 years and is generally conservative, but it lost two-thirds of its seats.

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