[Chrysanthenums]

Method Woodblock (nishiki-e)
Artist Suiko Fukuda (1895-1973)
Published 1936
Dimensions Ôban tate-e [~15.6 x 10.7 inches]
Notes Series: Suiko Kacho Gafu: Flowers and Birds by Suiko
Artist seal: Suiko
Publisher: Unsodo

A vibrant print depicting two different types of chrysanthemums.

Suiko Fukuda (1895-1973) is from the circle of Kyoto painters and printmakers, where he was born and where he studied Japanese-style painting at the Kyoto School of Fine Arts and Crafts. The artist contributed regularly to Bunten and Teiten. Woodblocks known from Suiko Fukuda are rare and show bird subjects drawn in a realistic and traditional style.

Condition: Spots of foxing and toning to sheet.
Framing mounted
Price £275.00
Stock ID 51445

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