All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1990 item #1199114
Tetsuya Noda, born 1940 in Kyushu. The art is a framed silkscreen mixed media work, part of the "Diary" series dated August 26th, 1985. The image and title is of his home town in Kayuwara. The edition is 11 of 15. The image size is 36 x 23 inches and 47.5 x 35.625 inches with frame. Excellent condition. Noda is part of the Sōsaku-hanga art movement and is considered a major 20th century Japanese artist.
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1980 item #1199328
Mayumi Oda. b. 1941 in Tokyo. "Chant of the Ocean Nautiles" and "Chant of the Ocean Conce" two complimenting artist proofs woodblock prints with gold and white ink printed in black paper. 17.5 x 25.5 inches and 29.25 x 42 inches with frame. No condition problems to note. According to her own biography Mayumi Oda is known to many as the ‘Matisse of Japan’, Mayumi Oda has done extensive work with female goddess imagery...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Contemporary item #1265988 (stock #AOJ4683)
The Kura
$950.00
I have long wanted to offer some work of renowned artist Joel Stewart and the current exhibition we are running has given me that opportunity. Here is a 2001 etching titled Beginnings which was exhibited at the CWAJ print show in Tokyo that year. It is 28 x 35-1/2 inches (71 x 90 cm) and is of course in fine condition, signed and numbered. I am starting with this one because I love the color so much, that in fact I gave a copy of this to my wife for her Birthday last year...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1990 item #1217709
Contemporary print by Mayumi Oda. A baby rides a catfish that leaps out of the ocean. The waves are outlined below the fish. The print is signed at the bottom in pencil.
All Items : Artists : Prints : Contemporary item #1217746
Mayumi Oda print 15/66, the title is painted in black on black, "Mother Help Us Outgrow Our Madness and Fear". A female form holds a baby and is preparing to feed it. Signed, titled and numbered at the bottom. Red Stamp.
All Items : Artists : Prints : Contemporary item #1217744
N'aie Pas Peur by Mayumi Oda. N'aie pas peur translates has have not fear, the piece is also known as The Black Madonna. A mother and child stand together under a golden mandorla. The mother is Mary, mother of Jesus, she holds a white lily. This is print 7/50.
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 2000 item #1270475 (stock #MOJ4653)
The Kura
$850.00
A row of ripe persimmons march across the desperately thin washi paper of this rare early limited work by Joel Stewart enclosed in a gilded wood framed and numbered 19 out of 20 edition. Intaglio on washi mounted on archival paper with subtle hand coloring. The print is 40 x 19 cm (16 x 7-1/2 inches), the frame is 64 x 45 cm (25 x 18 inches) and all is in fine condition...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1990 item #1076412 (stock #894)
Dragon's Pearl
$450.00
MASAO Ido (b. 1945), a well established contemporary Japanese artist, known for his Kyoto scenes, landscapes, cats. A very cute “kawai” woodblock print depicting a black cat playing with a lemon. Impressed signature. Oban size: H. 24,5 cm x W. 37 cm. Nicely framed under glass. Good condition.
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1990 item #1076417 (stock #896)
Dragon's Pearl
$450.00
MASAO Ido (b. 1945), a well established contemporary Japanese artist, known for his Kyoto scenes, landscapes, cats. Here Masao is depicting the small but beautiful “Karesansui” garden (dry or rock ) from Shoden-ji, a quiet and charming old temple in the northern part of Kyoto. The name of the temple is given on the lower left corner . Artist’s seal and signature with pencil. 77/150. Oban size: H. 26 x W. 38 cm (H. 45 x W. 57 cm with frame). Beautifully framed under glass...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1990 item #409167 (stock #EC-6)
A framed silkscreen print by Japanese artist, Yukio Katsuda. Titled "No. 106" showing a botanical scene of a camellia. Signed and dated, 1977, #25 of an edition of 100. Image Size: H.6.5 x W.8.75", Frame Size: H.11.25 x W.14.25". Yukio Katsuda (born 1941) is a modern printmaker who works in the medium of silkscreen. His major themes are oriented to nature; landscapes, animals, birds, and botanical studies...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1980 item #1199130
Beautiful mezzotint print of a black and blue night scene with a waning crescent moon behind Japanese primroses in bloom. Artist: Yoshihiku Kaya, edition 39/75. No condition problems to note. Size: 8.5 x 4.25 inches and 20.25 x 14.25 inches with frame.
All Items : Artists : Prints : Contemporary item #1217719
Wish Fulfilling Kannon print by Mayumi Oda. The kannon is done on a dark burgundy ground with red, white, and signed in silver pencil. The kannon sits atop a lotus blossom. The robes have small blossoms on them and the hands are in mudras holding a golden flame. It measures 8.75" wide 9"7/8" tall. 20th century.
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 2000 item #409151 (stock #EC-4)
Karhu printed these invitations for his shows at the Tolman Collection, the Tokyo gallery which has long represented him and his work. These were done in large numbers, about 800, in the late 1970's and early 1980's. This particular print reads "ue mino washi," An Eagle Doesn't Look [Up] Where There is Nothing," a very Zen-like saying. This image is finely framed and is in good condition...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1980 item #1162126
The Tretiak Collection
exhibition only
Work 73-6 Bizarre Maki. this print was done in early 1973 It is one of the ugliest Maki prints I have ever seen. In this period Maki did some of his largest prints and some also with seemingly weird qualities. But these big ones – easily seen to be a variation of Nothing or Mu—are not riddles We know what they are because Maki told what he meant. Here: he left no such advice. Several friends have also said they do not know what Maki meant So we leave it at that for now...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 2000 item #409163 (stock #EC-5)
Karhu printed these invitations for his shows at the Tolman Collection, the Tokyo gallery which has long represented him and his work. These were done in large numbers, about 800, in the late 1970's and early 1980's. This particular print reads "warau kado ni fuku kitaru," Happiness Sits on Laughter, a very Zen-like saying. This image is finely framed and is in good condition. Inside Mat Image Size: H.6.5 x W.24", Frame Size: H.9.5 x W.27.375". Clifton Karhu was born in Duluth, Minnesota ...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1990 item #409145 (stock #EC-2)
Framed Woodblock print by Kyoto artist Clifton Karhu. Image of "Ginkakuji" (The Temple of the Silver Pavillion"), a well-known Kyoto landmark. Contrary to many of Karhu's prints which use multiple colors in architectural scenes, this print uses only shades of indigo within the strong black key lines, as well as the masterful use of woodgrain in the foreground to capture the famous dry garden at this temple. The use of various shades of indigo is reminiscient of the "aizuri-e", blue prints, of th...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1980 item #1199285
Mayumi Oda. b. 1941 in Tokyo. "Beet" woodblock print 26/30. 6 x 9 inches and 22.25 x 26.25 inches with frame. No condition problems to note. According to her own biography Mayumi Oda is Known to many as the ‘Matisse of Japan’, Mayumi Oda has done extensive work with female goddess imagery. From 1969 to the present, Mayumi has exhibited over 50 one-woman shows throughout the world. Her artwork is also part of the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY), The Museum of ...
All Items : Artists : Prints : Pre 1980 item #1199281
Mayumi Oda. b. 1941 in Tokyo. "String Beans" woodblock print 21/30. 6 x 9 inches and 22.25 x 26.25 inches with frame. No condition problems to note. According to her own biography Mayumi Oda is Known to many as the ‘Matisse of Japan’, Mayumi Oda has done extensive work with female goddess imagery. From 1969 to the present, Mayumi has exhibited over 50 one-woman shows throughout the world. Her artwork is also part of the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY), The Mu...