Original Contemporary artist (not read) Japanese Woodblock Print
City in the Distance, 1993
Sosaku Hanga - The sosaku hanga or creative print movement in Japan began in the early part of the twentieth century. Unlike the traditional collaborative woodblock printing process utilizing a separate artist, carver, and printer along with a publisher, the sosaku hanga movement emphasized artist involvement in designing, carving, and printing the blocks himself, as the sole creator of his work. The movement gained popularity following World War II, earning international acclaim and expanding subject matter to include abstraction. Today most contemporary Japanese print artists design, carve, and print their woodblocks themselves, continuing the vibrant creative tradition established with ukiyo-e. Sosaku hanga prints encompass a wide range of subjects and expressive artistic styles, and are a great choice for a collector interested in modern and contemporary prints.
Special detail - Signed, titled in Japanese, and dated 1993 in pencil in bottom margin.
Artist - Contemporary artist (not read)
Image Size - 10 3/8" x 15 7/8" + margins as shown
Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Horizontal folds. Creasing. Please see photos for details.