Trolley

by Kiyoshi Ikezumi (born 1913)

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Trolley by Kiyoshi Ikezumi (born 1913)

Original Kiyoshi Ikezumi (born 1913) Japanese Woodblock Print
Trolley

Kiyoshi Ikezumi - Fantastic modern design by the artist Kiyoshi Ikezumi, who created a series of woodblocks recalling both 1920s and modern street scenes and corner shops in Japan, along with traditional festivals and celebrations. Ikezumi wanted to capture the culture and neighborhoods of old Japan before they disappeared completely, replaced by large modern buildings. His striking works feature hand coloring and heavy black outlines, giving them a stained glass-like appearance with bold graphic appeal. A great choice to collect or display, each limited edition print is signed, titled in Japanese, and numbered in pencil at bottom edge.

Numbered - 13/100

Artist - Kiyoshi Ikezumi (born 1913)

Image Size - Page size 13" x 16 1/2"

Condition - This print with excellent detail as shown. Two small paper remnants at top edge from previous mounting. Toning, a few spots, a few creases at edges. Please see photos for details.

Trolley by Kiyoshi Ikezumi (born 1913)
Trolley by Kiyoshi Ikezumi (born 1913)

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