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More about this print
- Image Size: 592mm x 360mm
- Paper Size: 537mm x 758mm
- Edition Size: 50
- Original: No
Neverland- signed limited edition silkscreen print by Japanese abstract artist Shigeki Kuroda
About the Artist
Kuroda is one of the most important Japanese printmakers living today. He became famous in 1979 when the Cleveland Museum of Art organized the exhibition: 21 Young Contemporary Japanese Printmakers.
Kuroda suggests that things move so quickly in Tokyo that he wants to reflect the speed and movement in his bicycles. The umbrella is a very traditional symbol of Japan.
Museums: British Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, Tochigi Museum, Yokohama Museum.
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