Genpei No. 10 – Yoshinaka Kiso Enters Kyoto by Hideo Takeda

Available at Hanga Ten - Contemporary Japanese Prints

  • Date: 1985
  • Type: Prints
  • Edition size: 200
  • Image size: 59 x 39 cm
  • Sheet size: 79 x 53 cm
  • Signed: Signed
  • Condition: Pristine

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Takeda (b. 1948) is a master of the line which is beautifully executed in intricate detail. He is best known for his "Genpei" series of silkscreen prints which depicts warring clans of twelfth century Japan. Here is the tenth in the series with Yoshinaka Kiso, who eventually became Shogun. Takeda was the first Japanese contemporary artist to have a solo exhibition at the British Museum and his works are in its permanent collection
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