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Kiku (Listening), from James A. Michener, The Modern Japanese Print: An Appreciation

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Watanabe Sadao, Kiku (Listening), from James A. Michener, The Modern Japanese Print: An Appreciation, 1960, color stencil print over brushed pigment on momigami kōzo paper; kappazuri, The Carol and Seymour Haber Collection in memory of Ardis Spliid Hendricks, © unknown, research required, 2004.39d

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Title

Kiku (Listening), from James A. Michener, The Modern Japanese Print: An Appreciation

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alternate: Listening

book title (original language): The Modern Japanese Print: An Appreciation

Artist

Watanabe Sadao (Japanese, 1913-1996)

Date

1960

Medium

color stencil print over brushed pigment on momigami kōzo paper; kappazuri

Edition

126/510

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image/sheet: 19 1/8 in x 12 3/8 in

Inscriptions & Markings

edition: 126/510, gray ink, lower right

signature: SADAO WATANABE, gray ink, lower right

date: 1960, gray ink, lower right

Collection Area

Asian Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Japanese Modern Prints

Object Type

stencil print

Culture

Japanese

Credit Line

The Carol and Seymour Haber Collection in memory of Ardis Spliid Hendricks

Accession Number

2004.39d

Copyright

© unknown, research required

Terms

mulberry paper

relief prints

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