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Masayuki Miyata Kiri-e Collection - Shibaraku - Kabuki

Masayuki Miyata 1926-1997

Masayuki Miyata 1926-1997

 

Masayuki Miyata 1926-1997
Masayuki Miyata was born 1926 in Tokyo. Although he never got any formal art training, his carreer was started in 1954 as he became a book designer for Charles E. Tuttle Co. He also helped to estublish Kodansha International publishing company.
During his early career, he used both woodblock print and kiri-e for his works. "Masakazu Kuwata" was the name used by him around 1954 - 1965.
After 1965, he concentrated on using kiri-e (paper cut) for his works. His extraordinary works were noticed by the famous autor Junichiro Tanizaki, who then asked Miyata to illustrate his novels. His master work, "Pieta of Japan" is displayed in the Modern Religious Art of Vatican Museum.
Even after his untimely passing in 1997, Miyata’s work has continued to be in international demand. His detailed biography is at www.miyatamasayuki-kiri-e.jp .

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Masayuki Miyata Kiri-e Collection - Shibaraku - Kabuki

Masayuki Miyata 1926-1997

From the album, "Masayuki Miyata Kiri-e Collection". "Shibaraku". One of the famous 18 kabuki plays by the Ichikawa family.
Masayuki Miyata was born with exceptional talent. Receiving no formal art training, his natural artistic ability led him into numerous awards and recognition all over the world.
Miyata used only one small blade to create his distinctive and graceful masterpieces of kiri-e (Japanese paper cuts). Even after his untimely passing in 1997, Miyata's work has continued to be in international demand. His detailed biography is at www.miyatamasayuki-kiri-e.jp.

Artist's red seal.

The album was issued in 1983.

Offset Lithography.

Excellent ... Printed on glossy, offset paper.
The design was originally made in Kiri-e.

Excellent.

Excellent - Very good ... The right edge is tipped on the original presentation paper. The title is printed in Japanese on the back of the presentation paper.

9.3 inches = 23.5 cm

10.6 inches = 27.0 cm

11.8 inches = 30.0 cm

16.5 inches = 42.0 cm

Kabuki Juhachiban.
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