In very good condition, see description
Original print by Shodo Kawarazaki (1889–1973) - Yellow Chrysanthemum - Japan - 1951
The colours are particularly vivid with a very good quality paper.
These prints were published by UNSODO in Kyoto.
The prints from the first edition have a stamp on the left side of the print. Later on the stamps will be placed on the right side to differentiate the more qualitative first editions.
Artist Shodo Kawarazaki was born in 1889 in Kyoto. He worked as a painter, most often as flowers painter. In very high demand during the occupation of Japan by the Americans after World War II. He was influenced by his teacher Kishio. Every print has a 'Sho Do' stamp
You can observe the Unsodo's stamp that is shown around the flower.
Measurements: 39 cm * 25.5 cm
It is on sale in a white pouch to only observe the print.
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