Original woodblock print, Published by Yuyudo - Shimura Tatsumi 志村立美 (1907-1980) - "Akashichou" 明石町 (Akashi town) (143/450) - Japan - 1980-2000
This is a later edition, printed using the original woodblocks.
This was made in the 1980-2000s
Published by Yuyudo
Block carver: Maeda Kanetarô 前田謙太郎
Printer: Satô Ritsuzô 佐藤律三
An illustrator representing the Showa era along with Sentaro Iwata. Real name, Sentaro. Dropped out of the design department of Kanagawa Technical High School and became a disciple of yamakawa shūhō(山川秀峰) in 1924. Starting with the frontispiece of "fujin-kai(婦人会)" drawn the following year, he drew frontispieces and illustrations in magazines such as Kodansha(講談社)Hakubunkan(博文館)、and Bungeishunju(文芸春秋社 ), and and became a popular writer for his long eyelashes and moist eyes. It was also known for the illustration of "Tange Sazen" by Kaitaro Hasegawa.While working as an illustrator, he exhibited at the Seikankai, which was established by the disciples of Shinsui Ito and Hidemine Yamakawa, and at the exhibition of the postwar beauty painting group Nigetsusha. After the war, he was the president of the Federation of Publishing Artists and the vice president of the Japan Writers Club.
- Gravure originale sur bois
- Impression sur bois polychrome
- Région/Pays d’origine
- Shimura Tatsumi 志村立美 (1907-1980)
- Titre de l’œuvre d’art
- "Akashichou" 明石町 (Akashi town) (143/450)
- Très bon état, voir la description
- 41.5×48.8×0 cm