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Teruhide Kato: “Cherry blossom at Nison-in Temple”


Original Japanese woodblock print from Teruhide Kato (1936-2015)
 -“Cherry blossom at Nison-in Temple” This print is from the original blocks – Reiwa period (2019 – present).
Published by Unsodo
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Teruhide Kato (1936-2015)  had studied at Kyoto Art College. He was a famous
kimono fashion designer. When he was 50 years old, he decided
to follow his real passion, and became a traditional Kyoto woodblock artist. Success remained with the artist.
After a gallery exhibition in New York and a book publication of
his works titled “Kyoto Romance” he is as famous as a woodblock
artist as he used to be as a kimono designer
This item is as new. Top condition and vibrant colors! Larger work. The blossom really lies on the print, like it is painted and lights up after the entrance.
Bigger work !Size within the margin: 415 x 198 mm
Signed – Lower right with red seal in the print.
Condition :as new, never been framed. In original folder
Will be send nearly worldwide between hardboard and carton plates to prevent any damage in transport.
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