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Sold Works

All who have visited a print fair have curiously peek at a work being invoiced or packed away, hoping to catch a glimpse of what is no longer available.  Friends, crossing each other's path on the show floor, slip the new purchase out of its protective sleeve to show one another the wonderful latest acquisition.  The digital record presented by the West Coast Print Fair makes it easy to let all partake in the joy of other collectors.  Here it is, your look at all the prints and drawings that have sold this past week.
Hiroshi Yoshida: Calm Wind Sold

YOSHIDA, Hiroshi

Calm Wind

Woodblock Print, 1937.

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A solitary sailboat returns to harbor at sunset across a glittering sea.The suns rays reflects on the blue water creating a soft glow, and sense of...

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Tomio Kinoshita: Disaster Sold

KINOSHITA, Tomio

Disaster

Woodblock Print, 1958-1960.

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A magnificent, rare oversized Work.As quoted by the Artist: 'I am trying to express the sufferingof mankind, of all living beings'.The Modern Japan...

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Chiura Obata: Leaping Fish Sold

OBATA, Chiura

Leaping Fish

Drawing or Watercolor, c.1930.

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A powerful fish leaps upward with abandon, breaking bounds with the churning water below.Obata ground his own paints from a variety of materials, i...

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Katsushika Hokusai: Two fish and a shrimp Sold

HOKUSAI, Katsushika

Two fish and a shrimp

Woodblock Print, 1830.

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An elegant blue line still life of a group of Fish and ShrimpMedium: Woodblock Print with gold leaf and oil based inkSize: 9 X 6.5 inchesEdition: a...

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