LARGE RARE FIRST LIMITED EDITION JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT By MOTOSUGU SUGIYAMA.

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Seller: djoshitoshi (1,197) 96.6%, Location: NSW, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 223616107519 SAVE SHIPPING COSTS WITH COMBINED POSTAGE WHEN MORE THAN ONE PURCHASE IS SENT IN SAME PACK. GENUINE LARGE SUPER RARE FIRST LIMITED EDITION JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT FUNA DOMARI - A GROUP OF BOATS By MOTOSUGU SUGIYAMA. LOOK AT THE FABULOUS LIGHT IN THE SUNSET AND REFLECTIONS IN THE WATER IN AS NEW CONDITION, NEVER BEEN FRAMED and PURCHASED DIRECT FROM THE ARTIST Hand Signed, Titled, Dated and Numbered All in Pencil by the Artist The scene is Ferry Boats and Other Craft on the Sumida River in Tokyo. DATE: 1992 NUMBER: 78 of ONLY 100 ever created. THIS RARE AND AMAZING SCENE IS NOW OUT OF PRINT AND VERY RARE. ONE OF THE BEST ART INVESTMENTS YOU WILL FIND. SIZE 33.5cm x 26cm (13 inches x 10 inches) AMONG the recognised contemporary artists there are some who have managed to maintain the unique custom of Japanese expressional form while creating scenes of sometimes ultra modern realism which display the timeless cultural imagery of Japan. One of the most creative and skillful of this group is MOTOSUGU SUGIYAMA who, maintains the age old tradition of Japanese Woodblock Prints by Hand Carving all the woodblocks which are used to print the scene as well and hand printing every step of creating the entire scene which are always scenes of everyday life in Japan and through incredible detail and ultra-modern form allows the aura of ancient Japan to be seen in the images of modern life. SUGIYAMA, MOTOSUGU, whose Christian name is sometimes translated Motuju, was born in 1925 in regional Japan but after marrying moved to Tokyo with his wife who was born in that City. They lived a comfortable life and he had a career in the business world but he had a deep artistic urge and, in 1975 at the age of 50, he began studying the Woodblock Art with Funasaka Yoshisuke. He created a number of woodblocks which were well received and after retiring from work in 1995 he decided to begin an artistic life full time. He has a unique style which no one has been able to successfully imitate and in these latter years of his life has won amazing international recognition. One of his works stole the show as the centre piece of the East Meets West Exhibition in Michigan in 2004. Condition: PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION AND STUDY PHOTOS, Colour: Multi-Coloured, Material: Hand Made Washi, Original/Reproduction: Original, Originating Region: Japan, Era: 1992

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