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Portrait of Munakata Shikô

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Sekino Jun'ichirō, Portrait of Munakata Shikô, 1968, color woodblock print on paper, Museum Purchase: Funds provided by James Tobin, © Sekino Jun'ichirō, 75.13

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Title

Portrait of Munakata Shikô

Related Titles

alternate: Portrait of Munakata

Artist

Sekino Jun'ichirō (Japanese, 1914-1988)

Related People

pictured in: Munakata Shikō (Japanese, 1903-1975)

Date

1968

Medium

color woodblock print on paper

Edition

52/118

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 26 1/16 in x 20 15/16 in; sheet: 30 3/8 in x 24 15/16 in

Inscriptions & Markings

date: '68, graphite, bottom margin, right

edition: 52/118, graphite, bottom margin, left

artist's seal: Jun 準 (Jun), intaglio, lower right within block Language: Japanese Description: white character within red rectangle

signature: Jun. Sekino, graphite, bottom margin, right

Collection Area

Asian Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Japanese Modern Prints

Object Type

relief print

Culture

Japanese

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: Funds provided by James Tobin

Accession Number

75.13

Copyright

© Sekino Jun'ichirō

Terms

Japanese woodblock prints

paper

relief printing

relief prints

woodcuts

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History
Exhibitions

1983 Images of a Changing World: Japanese Prints of the Twentieth Century The Saint Louis Art Museum; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Carnegie Institute; Portland Art Museum

2011 The Artist's Touch, The Craftsman's Hand: Three Centuries of Japanese Prints from the Portland Art Museum Portland Art Museum

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