Back of frame has a label self-carved self printed Kiyosi Saito. Kiyoshi Saito - April 27, 1907 - November 14, 1997, born in Aizubange, Fukushima was a sosaku-hanga artist in 20th-century Japan. In 1938, he issued his first prints in his now famous "Winter in Aizu" series. Saito was one of the first Japanese printmaking artists to have won at the São Paulo Biennale in 1951.  Saito's early works depict villages populated with local Japanese with a high degree of realism and three-dimensionality.His more mature works merge modern elements with Japanese tradition. His prints feature architecture and plant life flattened in two-dimensionality. He spent time in Paris, and did a series there. Kiyoshi Saito's woodblock prints titled "Autumn" are considered extremely rare and valuable. Vintage 40's 50's era Kiyoshi Saito woodblock print " Winter Scene in Aizu Skiers ". Print is signed in pencil and has chop mark lower left corner. Print has slight yellowing but very nice condition, measures aprox.
10.5 x 15 and framed aprox. Mid century wood frame has little wear but good condition, fabric matte in very good condition. Frame size 26 1/2" x 21 1/2".Limited edition of 100 prints. Hand signed, Han red stamp and number 21 out of 100. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints".
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