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Artist

Nishijima, Katsuyuki

Condition

(A+) Excellent Condition

Date

1960s-1970s

Movement

Sosaku hanga

Size

Uchiwa (9"x10")

Subjects

Architecture, Cityscape

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Katsuyuki Nishijima – Yoi-Hi (Fine Day)

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The scene shows a sunny day in Gion.

Description

The Woodblock Print

The print is in excellent condition with vibrant colors, no discolorations, no waves or issues with the paper. Solid margins, good corners. Residue on the verso from masking tape used to put it into a previous frame. The print is roughly 8"x10.5".

About the Artist

Katsuyuki Nishijima was born in 1945 in Yamaguchi Prefecture. He began studying woodblock printing with Mikumo publishing house in Kyoto at the age of 19. Early in his career he experimented with stencil dyeing and various forms of printing before focusing on woodblock printmaking in the Sosaku Hanga or "creative print" style.

Katsuyuki Nishijima's work is popular and accessible, portraying a romantic, traditional vision of Japan: old buildings with umbrellas, rain, snow and wind, and even a contemporary take on the series "Sixty-Nine Stations of the Kisokaido" by Hiroshige. His mastery of intriguing angles and the intricate play of light and color in his work distinguish Nishijima among Japanese contemporary woodblock print artists.

Katsuyuki Nishijima – Yoi-Hi (Fine Day)

The scene shows a sunny day in Gion.

$250.00

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Additional information

Artist

Nishijima, Katsuyuki

Condition

(A+) Excellent Condition

Date

1960s-1970s

Movement

Sosaku hanga

Size

Uchiwa (9"x10")

Subjects

Architecture, Cityscape

Description

The Woodblock Print

The print is in excellent condition with vibrant colors, no discolorations, no waves or issues with the paper. Solid margins, good corners. Residue on the verso from masking tape used to put it into a previous frame. The print is roughly 8"x10.5".

About the Artist

Katsuyuki Nishijima was born in 1945 in Yamaguchi Prefecture. He began studying woodblock printing with Mikumo publishing house in Kyoto at the age of 19. Early in his career he experimented with stencil dyeing and various forms of printing before focusing on woodblock printmaking in the Sosaku Hanga or "creative print" style.

Katsuyuki Nishijima's work is popular and accessible, portraying a romantic, traditional vision of Japan: old buildings with umbrellas, rain, snow and wind, and even a contemporary take on the series "Sixty-Nine Stations of the Kisokaido" by Hiroshige. His mastery of intriguing angles and the intricate play of light and color in his work distinguish Nishijima among Japanese contemporary woodblock print artists.

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