12.1 x 17.0 cm
Original artwork: Woodcut
Kiyoshi Saito (1907-1997) was born in Bange in the Kawanuma District of Fukushima prefecture in the northern part of Honshu, the main Japanese island. He was one of the first artists of the Japanese sosaki hanga movement who was widely accepted and awarded by an international audience. He developed a technique and style of creating woodblock prints with a reduced colour palette and simplified forms and his prints feature architecture and plant life flattened in two-dimensionality. Today he is regarded as one of the great masters of modern Japanese printmaking. The original of this image is a woodcut and can be found in the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, British Colombia, Canada.
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