Auction Catalog: Japanese Prints - 1020 Archive
Yuji Hiratsuka born 1954 - Mushroom
by Yuji Hiratsuka born 1954
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||Yuji Hiratsuka born 1954|
||The art of Yuji Hiratsuka is a sophisticated, usually witty - and sometimes a bit enigmatic - synthesis of Eastern and Western culture. |
Yuji Hiratsuka was born in Japan, but has permanently settled in the U.S.A. in Oregon, where he teaches printmaking art at Oregon State University.
His prints are in the collections of numerous museums like Tokyo Central Museum, New York Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, the British Museum and the Achenbach Foundation in San Francisco.
||Signed, titled, dated and numbered by artist in pencil.|
||Chine collé with etching.|
||Excellent ... Printed on a thick, laid paper.|
||Excellent - very good.|
||19 / 30|
||11.2 inches = 28.5 cm|
||15.4 inches = 39.0 cm|
||5.9 inches = 15.0 cm|
||7.1 inches = 18.0 cm|
||Printed on a thin Japanese mulburry paper (Toyama Kozo) glued (chine collé) to BFK Rives or a similar thick, first quality rag paper.|
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||Small and medium-sized prints (90% of all Japanese prints)..
||Registered letter by air.
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