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Anne Heard Dyer was an art critic who lived in Tokyo.
She is best known for translating (with Grace Tripler) into English “A History of Japanese Colour Prints” by Woldemar Von Seidlitz. The text was in German.
She published numerous articles between 1905 and 1910 in Book News Monthly, Uncle Remus-The Home Magazine, Blackwood’s Edinburgh magazine, Craftsman but also The International Studio.
She was an acquaintance of the Lum couple she had met in Japan.