ALL OUR PRINTS ARE ORIGINAL JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Paper Size 16.5″x 8.6″. Very good condition for age, Excellent impression and color, there is an evidence at the back top right and lower right corners of being attached to a cardboard in the past. Ohno Bakufu worked as a successful painter and printmaker during the first half of the twentieth century. He made some fine landscape and nature prints. Print artists who were active during the first half of the twentieth century can usually be attributed to one of the two art movements of the period – the shin hanga or the sosaku hanga “camp” of woodblock printmakers. Not so with Ohno Bakufu. His style does not fit into any of these two groups. Ohno’s art works look more like “lost in time and space”. Ohno Bakufu did not carve and print himself as the Western-oriented sosaku hanga artist did. Publisher was Kyoto Hanga-in. In general, the Kyoto publishers at that time did not practice the export-oriented style of the Tokyo publishers with the figurehead publisher Watanabe Shozaburo. The Kyoto publishers practiced a more conservative style, a bit retrograde with a touch of modernism. Your satisfaction guarenteed, if you are not pleased with the item please send it back. WE WILL NOT CHARGE ADDITIONAL PAYMENTS FOR MULTIPLE AUCTIONS, YOU CAN. The item “BAKUFU ONO (1888-1976), Japanese wood block Print Flowers I, Signed, OHNO” is in sale since Monday, March 30, 2015. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “moses_collectibles” and is located in Petah-Tikwa, default. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Type: flowers
- Primary Material: Wood
- Age: Post-1940
- Region of Origin: Japan
- Original/Reproduction: Original