Hajime Namiki, "Fusehime Cherry, Chiba"
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The weeping cherry on the grounds of the Mamasan Guhōji temple in Chiba has been greeting visitors to the temple for 400 hundred years. In this print, the Fusehime Cherry Tree is shown with bright pink petals and set against a silver mica printed sky. A large and wondrously bright design
Size: Paper (approx. 28” x 18”), image (approx. 24” x 15”)
Edition: A.P. 1/20
Condition: Ink smudge on left margin, otherwise fine/excellent
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Namiki Hajime (1947 - ) is internationally recognized for his colorful and elegant woodblock prints incorporating gold and silver mica leafing throughout his designs. His compositions and prints reflect the artist's love of nature, especially of trees.