A young boy is captured in warm browns and black in this charming Shuzo Ikeda woodblock print. The artist was born in 1922 in Kisakata-machi, Akita Prefecture. He graduated from school in 1945, taught in Akita from 1946-1955, and then worked in Tokyo as a Hanga artist. He carefully employed the texture of wood in his prints, and specialized in wide-eyed children often portrayed with flowers, birds, insects, sacred stone images, and native dolls.
Circa: Mid-20th Century
Medium: Woodblock Print
Materials: Ink, Paper
Artist: Shuzo Ikeda (1922-2004)
Dimensions: 11"H x 9"W
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