Artist: Tomikichiro TokurikiTitle: Heian Jingu Shrine-springSeries: 4 Seasons of KyotoPublisher: UchidaDate: 1950'sMedium: Japanese Woodblock PrintSize: 11 x 8.3Embossed, bokashi shading
Tomikichiro Tokuriki (1902-1999) was a Japanese artist during the 20th century who was born into a family of Kyoto artists and started his artistic training early in Kyoto. He is known for his talent in making sosaku-hanga prints, also known as "creative prints". This was an avant-garde movement of the 1950s-1970s. During his career, he made many trips to Europe and America, gaining international attention.
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