Artist: Gihachiro OkuyamaTitle: Sarusawa no Ike (Sarusawa Pond)Titled in pencil lower left "Moon-light at Nara"Date: 1949Medium: Japanese Woodblock PrintSize: Oban 38.8 x 26 centimetersSignature: Gihachiro in the block with seal 'Okuyama' Gihachiro Okuyama in pencil lower right margin
Gihachiro Okuyama (1907-1981) was a Japanese artist who was active in both the sosaku hanga movement, which was the avant-garde movement of the 1950s-1970s, and the shin hanga movement, showing a mixture of traditional Japanese and modern western elements. He worked and exhibited with other artists in different and changing associations.
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