Kazuyuki Ohtsu Japanese Woodblock Prints

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Shade of Trees 2016 4/100 23 1/8 by 17 1/2 inches
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OH86 $595
 
Ryoanji, Stone Garden 2016 9/88, 17 1/2 by 23 1/2 inches
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OHT83 $595
Kazuyuki Ohtsu (2013)
Winter River 21 1/2 by 17 inches
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OHT76 $595
Kazuyuki Ohtsu (2006)
Waiting For Spring 23 1/2 by 17 3/4 inches
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OHT53 $695
The Persimmons are still there 2016 46/100, 22 1/4 by 17 inches
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OHT81 $595
Kazuyuki Ohtsu (2015)
Five Apples 18 3/4 by 17 inches
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OHT78 $525
Poppy 2009
 OHT4 $350
Kazuyuki Ohtsu (2008)
Snow Camellia 9 1/2 by 11 1/2 inches
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 OHT80 $165
Autumn of Persimmon 2013
8 by 17 3/4 inches

OHT13 $350
Spring Snow 2014
 OHT3 $295
Morning at Oze 2015 9/20 8 3/4 by 18 inches OHT50 $295
Morning at Oze 2015 44/100 8 3/4 by 18 inches
OHT50 $295
Autumn of Persimmon 2013
8 by 17 3/4 inches

OHT13 $350
A Butterfly in Dream 2 1985
12 by 17 inches

OHT14 $395
 
A Butterfly in Dream 1 1982
12 by 17 inches

OHT15 $395
A Butterfly in a Window 1985
17 1/2 by 12 3/4 inches

OHT16 $395
Meigetsuin, Kamakura 2004
23 3/4 by 17 3/4 inches
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OHT20 $695
Fuyukazaru, Winter Decoration 2011
23 3/4 by 18 inches
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OHT23 $595
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Kazuyuki Ohtsu Japanese Woodblock Prints

The story of Kazuyuki Ohtsu (b. 1935) is one very much in the Japanese tradition. After his initial training from 1954 on at Umehara Hanga Studio in Tokyo, he worked for 40 years for the famous print maker Kiyoshi Saito, from 1958 until Saito’s death in 1997. This extremely long term relationship and incredible loyalty is hard for the Western mind to understand, as talented pupils in the West are most likely to leave the fold as soon as they have learned enough to succeed on their own.

Each print has come directly from Japan, and is in original condition on fine, high quality paper with vibrant colouring. The printing process is meticulous and time consuming, with 3 or 4 wood blocks and as many as a dozen printing stages for each print. The prints are all from limited editions and now very scarce, so we are delighted to present such a beautiful selection.

 

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