Kawasa Hasui Woodblock Print Shiba Benten Pond
Hasui’s Shiba Benten Pond is one of his flagship works of art.
Benten Pond is located in the grounds behind the Zojoji temple in Shiba Tokyo. This is a unique work of art showing Hasui’s skills at his best. Women on the footbridge admire the lotus leaves and flowers which are in full bloom and dominate the foreground creating a serene and colourful environment.
This print is a later edition from the original woodblocks by Nakajima and the printer is Numabe.
The approximate dimensions of the print are 36.5 cm width and 24.5 cm height.
The approximate dimensions of the sheet are 41 cm width and 27.5 cm height.
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Hasui KAWASE 1883-1957 Living National Treasure
One of the most renowed artists of the Shin Hanga movement Hasui is famous for his landscapes and town views in traditional Japanese style as well as Western elements. In 1956, one year before his death, the artist was declared a Living National Treasure.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasui_Kawase Wikipedia – Hasui_Kawase
|Dimensions||25 × 37.5 cm|