Taizo Minagawa 1917-2005 - One Hundred Views of Kyoto - Silver Pavilion, Street Car
One Hundred Views of Kyoto - Silver Pavilion, Street Car
by Taizo Minagawa 1917-2005
Taizo Minagawa, 1917-2005
||Taizo Minagawa is mentioned by Helen Merritt/Nanako Yamada in "Guide to Modern Japanese Woodblock Prints: 1900-1975" with two prints published by Mikumo Mokuhansha. He graduated from the Kyoto City School of Arts and Crafts. The artist's works are represented in several museums.|
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||One Hundred Views of Kyoto - Silver Pavilion, Street Car|
||Taizo Minagawa 1917-2005|
||From the woodblock print series, "Kyoto Hyakkei" (One Hundred Views of Kyoto). The commemoration of the discontinued street car line, Kitano-line, in 1961. Silver pavilion.
Taizo Miyagawa was a famous dyer who had numerous awards and solo-exhibitions all over the world. He has made several woodblock prints. His prints have distinctive colors and style which apparently stem out from his experience as a dyer.
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||5.7 inches = 14.5 cm|
||3.8 inches = 9.7 cm|
||Small and medium-sized prints (90% of all Japanese prints)..
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