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Hagurosan, Sanjingousaiden 1996 27,31/50
23" by 16 5/8" inches
Signed in pencil and artist's seal
This print is very large, so full margins not shown but intact.
Rei Morimura, born in 1948, graduated from Tokyo Gakugei University in 1970. Initially focused on abstract painting, he taught himself the art of wood block printing and began print making in the traditional Japanese manner. He uses oil based inks rather than the water color inks that most print makers prefer.
Today, his prints are widely appreciated in Japan and the west for their evocative beauty and combination of modern and traditional perspectives. His prints are to be found in museums in USA, England and Japan. He is a professor at Zohei University & Nihon Kogakuin Creators College, both in Tokyo. We are honored to present to you these fine woodblock prints.
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