34- Distant View of Fuji From Shinshu Kiyosato Station. From the series ; Thirty-six Views of Mt. Like the classic shin hanga masters of the day, Tokuriki designed many woodcuts of landscapes and city views in the traditional manner. Yet he actively promoted sosaku-hanga (creative prints) in Kyoto, which emphasized the artists participation in the entire process of printmaking and the exploration of more modern styles and trends. After WWII Tokuriki set up his own publishing company called Matsukyu and began to teach block-carving to artisans and artists, many of them foreigners. He also wrote extensively on the technique of woodblock carving and printing. He traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe and in the 1960s he opened several exhibitions of his works in major U. Cities such as, New York, Chicago, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. I’d rather do nothing but creative prints, but after all, I sell maybe ten of them against two hundred for a publisher-artisan print. The Lavenberg Collection of Japanese Prints. Print size : about 11.25 x 16.25 inches include margins. Please read before ordering. On the faster side during off peak traveling seasons and slower and more unpredictable during high traveling seasons. Thank you for your understanding. We are off on Saturday, Sunday (Japan time) and National holidays in Japan. So we’ll be late for the answering questions. International Buyers Please Note. These charges are the buyers responsibility. The item “1940 TOKURIKI TOMIKICHIRO Japanese Woodblock Prints Fuji from Kiyosato Station” is in sale since Monday, November 12, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “edokura” and is located in Chiba. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Type: Woodblock Print
- Region of Origin: Japan
- Age: 1940 (Showa 15)
- Primary Material: Washi Paper
- Maker: Uchida
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Color: Multi-Color