Original Yoshisuke Funasaka (born 1939) Japanese Woodblock Print
Work - JY5, 1971
Yoshisuke Funasaka - After studying oil painting, Yoshisuke Funasaka began creating prints using a variety of techniques, including woodblock, silkscreen, and lithography, often combining processes in a single work. His designs are primarily abstract, using repeated shapes and forms with an emphasis on subtle variations. Favorite subjects include lemons, wavy vertical marks, and holes, made with punches or other methods. He exhibits internationally and is still active in printmaking, with his works are included in major collections across the globe. A great choice for a collector interested in contemporary Japanese printmaking.
Signed - Y. Funasaka in pencil in bottom margin, dated 1971
Artist - Yoshisuke Funasaka (born 1939)
Image Size - 11 1/2" x 10 3/4" + margins as shown
Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Rubbing along bottom edge, a few small spots, a few small indented marks. Please see photos for details. Good overall.