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Quite an abstract print, produced late in his career in 1971. The print depicts people visiting the Munakata Taisho, a Shinto shrine located in Fukuoka prefecture, southern Japan. The composition and style of this print resembles the more European, cubism style, more abstract than earlier works – certainly one of the prints that gave Munakata the title of ‘Japanese Picasso.’
An exquisite lithograph produced on a very textural Japanese ‘washi’ paper, published by Yasukawa as part of their collaborative calendar project.