Hiroyuki Tajima Signed 1973 “Impression of Noh-Play” Woodblock Print


A 1973 woodblock print titled Impression of Noh-Play by Japanese artist Hiroyuki Tajima (1911-1984). The piece is signed and dated to the lower right, numbered 34/75 to the lower center, and titled to the lower left. The print has a maroon and dark orange background with intricate textural details. The piece is displayed in a gold-tone metal frame behind a white mat.

Japanese Modern and Contemporary artist Hajime Namiki studied sculpture under Shigeru Ogura during the mid 1960s and became proficient in wood block prints in the 1970s. Namiki carves his own blocks and uses traditional processes using oil-based paints to depict predominately nature scenes and trees. 



16.25” x 21.25” x 1” (frame); 10” x 12.75” (image).

Condition notes:

Scratches and wear to the frame.

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