Wonderful Rare pair both are numbered the same as a set. In shades of blue with a hot air over a city. Matching Professionally framed and double matted and under glass in very good to excellent condition - measures - 28 x 23.
Image area for both images - 20 x 15 (included signature in pencil lower right corner and numbered lower left corner). Will be packed with extra care for safe travels. Shoichi Hasegawa, painter and printmaker, was born in Yazu, Japan in 1929. After completing studies in drawing and painting at the Kokuga Institute in Kyoto he had his first solo exhibition in Yazu in 1957. Hasegawa became interested in the lyrical abstract works of American artists Jackson Pollock, Franz Kline, Mark Rothko and Morris Graves.In 1961 Hasagawa moved to Paris and began working with Stanley William Hayter at Atelier 17. His work was soon included in collective exhibitions including the Salon des Jeunes Peintres, Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, International Biennale of Engraving in Ljubljana, and the Biennale of Engraving in Cracow. He has had over sixty solo exhibitions of his work since 1957. Hasegawa's work is in the collections of the Bibliothèque nationale, Paris; Museum of Modern Art New, York; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Lowe Museum, Coral Gables; Oklahoma Art Center; Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi; Norrköpings Museum of Art, Sweden; Museum of Modern Art, Lujbljana; and the Museum Fuji, Tokyo.
Since 1975 he has lived in Vetheuil, in Val-d'Oise, France where Claude Monet had owned a house. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "projecttmf" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Denmark, Switzerland, New Zealand, Chile, China, Republic of Croatia, Indonesia, Portugal, Malta, Cyprus, Australia, Austria, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan, Bulgaria, Poland, Macau, Czech Republic, Norway, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Greece, Romania, Mexico, Ireland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Netherlands, Japan, Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania, Thailand, Bahrain, United Kingdom, Hungary, Sweden, Colombia, Spain, Estonia, Belgium, Kuwait, Finland, Luxembourg, South Korea, France, Germany, Latvia, Italy, Singapore, South Africa.