Famous for a style that combines Japanese Ukiyo-e prints and Pop Art cartoons, Yoshitomo Nara is famous for his paintings, prints and sculptures of solitary, doll-like children that he uses to convey his own understanding of the duality of human nature - they are happy and sad, generous and selfish, optimistic and pessimistic, curious and confused. Nara depicts solitary, doll-like children to comment upon the unease and uncertainty of modern living, often with very adult messages. Country Home (2011) is an iconic woodblock print in colours. Printed by Pace Editions Inc., and Tomio Koyama Gallery, it is from an edition of just 50 and is becoming increasingly difficult to source on the secondary market. This is sold framed, and in excellent condition. Please contact the gallery with any questions, or to request high res images.
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