Spring Color at Toyama Castle

by Tokuriki (1902 - 1999)

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Spring Color at Toyama Castle by Tokuriki (1902 - 1999)

Original Tokuriki (1902 - 1999) Japanese Woodblock Print
Spring Color at Toyama Castle

Series; Four Views of Toyama

Tokuriki Tomikichiro - Born in Kyoto, Tokuriki Tomikichiro spent his entire career in the city. After initially studying Nihonga or Japanese style painting, Tokuriki switched to woodblock prints in 1924. Although best known for his shin-hanga landscape prints, Tokuriki's real passion was sosaku hanga or creative prints. He enthusiastically promoted sosaku hanga, and set up his own publishing company called Matsuku after WWII to produce his designs as well as those of other artists. He taught block carving and wrote extensively on the subject of woodblock prints, while also exhibiting internationally. His modern sosaku hanga prints are expressive with bold line work and shapes, while his traditional shin-hanga views more closely resemble ink and wash paintings. Tokuriki successfully bridged these two major twentieth-century styles, and was highly influential in the development of younger artists.

Signed - T. Tokuriki in pencil in lower left margin
Numbered - 118/200

Artist - Tokuriki (1902 - 1999)

Image Size - 10" x 14 3/4" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. A couple creases at edges, a couple faint spots in margin. Please see photos for details.

Spring Color at Toyama Castle by Tokuriki (1902 - 1999)
Spring Color at Toyama Castle by Tokuriki (1902 - 1999)