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This page presents a series of photographs showing in detail how the artist Paul Binnie created the woodblock print 'Ho-o no Yume'. Paul Binnie uses traditional Japanese methods, materials and tools that he learned during a stay in Japan of more than 5 years under the guidance of experienced master carvers and printers.
First Publication: March 2007
Latest Update: May 2013
The photos are a supplement illustration of the article Japanese Woodblock Printing with Paul Binnie. We thank Paul Binnie for his support that made this documentation of a unique process of artistic creation possible.
In this vdeo Paul Binnie introduces himself and explains his woodblock prints. The video was shot in New York. Thanks to the Japanese Society of New York for sharing this with us.
233 sold object(s) by Paul Binnie born 1967 in our Art Archive
Author: Dieter Wanczura
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