Original woodblock print - Ide Gakusui 井出岳水 (1899-1982) - Heron in Rain - Heisei period (1989-2019)
Note: Born in Funatsumura, Minami-Tsurun gun, Yamanashi Prefecture, his real name was Ide Taizō 井出泰三. After graduating from Nippon University College of Art, he studied nihonga painting with Yamanouchi Tamon (1878-1932) and, after Tamo's death, with Arai Kanpō (1878-1945)2, a nihonga painter and print designer.
A traditional painter in the Japanese style (nihonga) who specialized in kacho-ga (bird and flower drawings), Ide designed prints for the Watanabe Publishing Company beginning in the spring of 1949 and continued his association with Watanabe Shōzaburō (1885-1962) until the mid-1950s. Watanabe's 1963 catalog lists fifteen prints Ide designed, all of them of the bird and flower genre.
This is singed "Gakusui" (岳水).
Publisher: Shōzaburō Watanabe Color Print Co.
First edition 1950 (shōwa 25).
This is a later edition, printed using the original woodblocks.
This was made in early 1990s.
- Xilografía original
- Período Heisei (1989-2019)
- Región / País de origen
- Artista / Creador
- Ide Gakusui 井出岳水 (1899-1982)
- Título de la obra de arte
- Heron in Rain
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- 395×259×0 mm