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Bell at Kokubun-Ji Temple - Limited edition, with original folder.
Unichi Hiratsuka 1895-1997
The large bell tower of Kokubun-Ji Temple in Hida.
Unichi Hiratsuka was the master of Sosaku Hanga movement. His stark compositions and rhythmical lines have attracted visitors of many renowned art collections and museums all aver the world, including Tokyo Museum of Modern Art, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Rockefeller Foundation in New York, the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. and the Freer Gallery.
He was awarded the Order of Cultural Merit by the Japanese government in 1970. In 1991, the Hiratsuka Unichi Print Museum was opened in Suzaka, Nagano Prefecture.
This design is in the famous Hiratsuka collector, Van Zelst Family Collection.
"Hiratsuka Un'ichi" is chopped on the right margin.
Artist's seal (un).
Excellent - Very good.
Very good ... Slight foxing, slight creases and ink stains on the margins. Right margin is creased. Mounting residue stain on the top margin.
34 / 100
The print comes in the original folder.
12.6 inches = 32.0 cm
15.0 inches = 38.2 cm
"Hiratsuka: Modern Master" From the Van Zelst Family Collection and The Art Institute of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, 2001, ISBN - 0 - 86559 - 193 - 8, - pl.20, pg 59
Unichi Hiratsuka 1895-1997.
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