Eiichi KotozukaFarmer in Kyoto (Working)1940s~1950sPublisher: Uchida.Size: Dai-oban. Approximately 18.0 x 11.5 inchesMedium: Japanese woodblock prints.Condition: Excellent. Full margins on all sides (not shown in scan)
Kotozuka Eiichi (1906-1979) was a Japanese painter and printmaker who studied at the Kyoto School. He was part of a group that was more open to the sosaku hanga art movement which meant that the prints they produced were self-made, self-cut, and self-printed.
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