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Shodo Kawarazaki - Original Mid 20th Century Japanese Woodblock, Ikebana

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Shodo Kawarazaki - Original Original Mid 20th Century Japanese Woodblock. Dated and inscribed. Signed in plate. On laid. In fine condition.

Shodo Kawarazaki (1889 - 1973). Shodo Kawarazaki is best known for his woodblock prints of flowers and other plant life. Original Shodo prints have the date stamped in Japanese in the left-hand margin. On later reprints (i.e. prints made from the original blocks after his death), the date was removed by its publisher. Born in Kyoto, Shodo studied the art of yuzen dyeing, a tradition art craft in Kyoto, under the guidance of Yamamoto Sekkei. He also studied Japanese painting under Shibahara, through it was his teacher Kishyo who helped cultivate Shodo's original style of expression. His woodblock prints were published by Unsodo in the mid 1950's.


36.5 x 24.5cm (14.4" x 9.6")
Sheet: 40.5 x 27.5cm (15.9" x 10.8")
Plate: 36.5 x 24.5cm (14.4" x 9.6")

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Code nc858
Artist Shodo Kawarazaki
Date Mid 20th Century
Dimensions 36.5 x 24.5cm
Framed No
Medium Japanese Woodblock
Style Asian
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