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All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Woodcuts : Contemporary item #1238902 (stock #Maeda K001)
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Koichi Maeda (b. 1936)
Small Road in Pine Forest
(Matsubayashi no Komichi)
Edition 99/100.
Signed Koichi Maeda
Date: 2007
Size: Approximately 13.5 x 9.5 inches.
Condition: Excellent with very slight bend at top center.
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Woodcuts : Pre 2000 item #1233699 (stock #Fujita 007)
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Fumio Fujita (b. 1933)
Sparkling Green D., 1993.
Size: 11.75 x 8.75 inches.
Edition 125/200. Self-published. Signed, dated and numbered in pencil.
Condition: Excellent.
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All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Woodcuts : Pre 2000 item #1233696 (stock #Fujita 006)
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Fumio Fujita (b. 1933)
Subject: Autumn.
Date: 1980s-90s.
Size: 7.75 x 7.75 inches.
Edition 160/300. Self-published. Signed and numbered in pencil.
Condition: Excellent.
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Woodcuts : Pre 2000 item #1233551 (stock #Fujita 005)
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Fumio Fujita (b. 1933)
Mountain Village in Spring, 1991.
Date: 1991.
Size: 10.25 x 9.0 inches.
Edition 119/200. Self-published. Signed, numbered and dated in pencil.
Condition: Excellent.
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Pre 1980 item #1154350 (stock #Wesselow 001)
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Eric Wesselow
Angelus Viridis, September 1977.
Xerox Vitreograph. (Numbered 29/30).
Renowned glass artist Eric Wesselow was a close friend of Marshall McLuhan.
He inscribed No. 11/30 of this work "To Marshall with admiration." That copy resides at Archives Canada.
"Green Angel" is an example of Wesselow's glass in print form.
Size: 15.75 by 10.0 inches.
Condition: Unframed. Excellent.
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Etchings : Pre 1970 item #1094982 (stock #Larkin 001)
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William Larkin (1902-1969)
Title: Stadium
Date: Likely 1950s-60s.
Size: Approximately 13 x 9 inches.
Condition: Unframed. Print area is excellent. Tape, light crease and pencil note at irregular margin.
William Larkin was born in Washington D.C. His color etching, "The Oil Lamp" is held in the Smithsonian American Art Museum.