TA16 Early Summer in Sanzen-in Temple. Kyoto

Asano Takeji

15,400JPY (includes tax)

Color woodblock print

Echizen Japanese paper



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Beautiful Japanese Showa Era Scenery

Asano Takeji(1900-1998)
Asano Takeji was a Japanese Shin-hanga and Sōsaku-Hanga artist. He was born in 1900 in Kyoto where he studied arts and crafts at the Kyoto City School of painting with Tomikichiro Tokuriki. He first learned Western oil painting and then turned to Japanese-style painting under Tsuchida Bakusen (1887-1936). He became an active member of the sosaku hanga group in Kyoto.
Starting in the 1950s, Asano designed a large number of Shin-hanga style prints for the Unsodo, which continue to be printed to this day. Especially the “famous views of Japan” series have been re-evaluated in recent years.
■We offer the reprinted edition (Atozuri, Later edition) which print from the original carvings.

■Print bears Unsodo Publisher’s seal along with the carver and printer seals in the margin. Please note that the work you receive may not be another printer.

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