Original woodblock print - Fu Takenaka (b 1945) - "Miyako ichiban Hirano jinja" 都一番平野神社 - Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist (34/200) - Japan - Heisei period (1989-2019)
Fu Takenaka was born in 1945. She worked for a design company and started late with printmaking, in 2003. The artist works in the technique of the Japanese woodblock print. Fu Takenaka is a member of the Japanese artist association Nihon Hanga-in and well known in Japan.
Ryuhon-ji is a temple of Nichiren School of Buddhist and was founded by Nichizo, the grand disciple of Nichiren. The temple had burned down and moved several times, and finally shifted to its current address after being destroyed by the Great Hoei Fire in 1708. Some of its temple treasures have been designated as an important cultural property of the country, while the temple buildings among others have been declared an important cultural asset of the town. The cemetery is home to the grave of a vassal of Ishida Mitsunari, Shima Sakon—nicknamed the Demon Sakon—who is said to be too good to be working under Mitsunari himself.
This is a new original print, is personally numbered by her and signed in pencil.
Number 34 out of 200.
The black passé-partout is not included and not attached to the print. It’s just to show what it could do, when you frame it. Would you like this or another passé-partout ? Please tell me right after you paid the lot, and you can buy one for 15 euro. (picture with the passe-partout has another number than this lot)
Will be send very well packed, worldwide with track and trace and insured.
- Original Holzschnitt
- Polychromer Holzschnitt
- Heisei-Zeit (1989-2019)
- Herkunftsregion/ Herkunftsland
- Künstler/ Schöpfer
- Fu Takenaka (b 1945)
- Signiert von
- Thema/ Darstellung
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- "Miyako ichiban Hirano jinja" 都一番平野神社 - Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist (34/200)
- Sehr guter Zustand, siehe Beschreibung
- 335×22×0 mm