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Sakamoto Kōichi

Japanese, born 1932


Tochigi prefecture, 1932

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Sakamoto was very active in the 1970s and 1980s, when his work was carried by the Yoseido Gallery in Tokyo and widely exhibited in Japan and abroad. According to artlino.com, he worked primarily in etching and mezzotint, usually in editions of 50 to 100 prints. One of his favorite palettes is black and white against a teal ground, but he also did monochrome prints and works in other colors.



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