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Original woodblock print - botanical, stars, sky, gold - Paper - botanical - Hajime Namiki (b 1947) - 'Shidarezakura 25' 枝垂れ桜 25 (Weeping Cherry 25) - Signed and numbered by the artist 35/200 - Japan - 2021

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Technique: Original woodblock print Artist: Hajime Namiki (b 1947) Titled: "Shidarezakura 25" 枝垂れ桜 25 (Weeping Cherry 25) Signed and numbered by the artist 35/200 - Japan - 2021 Full paper size : 500 x 285 mm Within the margin: 420 x 210 mm The work is in perfect condition. Very rich colors and pigment If you like gold, you love this ! A Contemporary Master - Hajime Namiki was born in 1947 in Tokyo. Although originally trained as a sculptor, he began making wood block prints in 1978. He carves his own blocks and prints each work using traditional methods. These beautiful prints are printed on a gold or silver leaf laid over Torinoko paper. Namiki also uses oil-based paints rather than the more common use of watercolors. Namiki's most famous and striking subjects are his nature scenes. Fascinated by trees, he has masterfully captured their majesty and beauty in a modern style with traditional methods. Namiki's prints were released in strictly limited editions and are numbered in pencil in the margins. Namiki signs, titles, numbers, and dates them in pencil. Will be packed with a lot of care between hardboard and carton plates to prevent any damage and bending in transport.

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Technique: Original woodblock print Artist: Hajime Namiki (b 1947) Titled: "Shidarezakura 25" 枝垂れ桜 25 (Weeping Cherry 25) Signed and numbered by the artist 35/200 - Japan - 2021 Full paper size : 500 x 285 mm Within the margin: 420 x 210 mm The work is in perfect condition. Very rich colors and pigment If you like gold, you love this ! A Contemporary Master - Hajime Namiki was born in 1947 in Tokyo. Although originally trained as a sculptor, he began making wood block prints in 1978. He carves his own blocks and prints each work using traditional methods. These beautiful prints are printed on a gold or silver leaf laid over Torinoko paper. Namiki also uses oil-based paints rather than the more common use of watercolors. Namiki's most famous and striking subjects are his nature scenes. Fascinated by trees, he has masterfully captured their majesty and beauty in a modern style with traditional methods. Namiki's prints were released in strictly limited editions and are numbered in pencil in the margins. Namiki signs, titles, numbers, and dates them in pencil. Will be packed with a lot of care between hardboard and carton plates to prevent any damage and bending in transport.

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