Katsuda Yukio: No 88- Fishing Boat - Japanese Art Open Database

絵師: Katsuda Yukio

作品名: No 88- Fishing Boat

日付: 1975

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Thursday, 28 December 2006 Artist: Katsuda, Yukio (Japanese - 1941) Date: 1975 Medium: Original Silkscreen Note: Yukio Katsuda: A modern printmaker, Yukio Katsuda has lived and worked both in Japan and in the United States. Editions of his silkscreen art were published as early as the mid 1960's and since that time the artist has created over two hundred works in this medium. Major themes in Katsuda's art include landscapes, botanical depictions and animal and bird studies. His silkscreens are included in the permanent collections of museums such as Scripps College, Claremont, California and the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Utah State University. An outstanding element of Katsuda's artistic technique is the fine way the artist captures both light and textures through successive serigraphic printings. Almost a form of complex stippling, his approach appears to render a three-dimensional image in a two-dimensional space. This is clearly seen in this fine silkscreen entitled, Fishing Boat, which was published in a signed edition of one hundred impressions. Edition: Limited edition of one hundred impressions, inscribed No. 88 and numbered 21/100. Image Size: 6 1/2 X 8 3/4 (Sizes in inches are approximate, height preceding width of plate-mark or image.) Matted with 100% Archival Materials Condition: Printed upon thick laid paper and with full margins as published in 1975. Signed, dated and numbered, '21/100' by the artist in pencil along the lower margin. Also, Katsuda chronologically numbers each of his original silkscreens. In this regard, Fishing Boat bears the number, '88'. A fine, deeply printed impression and in excellent condition throughout. This original silkscreen represents an outstanding example of the art of Yukio Katsuda.