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8.6"x4.3" viewable in frame with no margins
Artist hexagonal signature in lower right image
This print depicts four taiko drummers in a rural festival. Taiko literally means ‘big drum’ in Japanese. Taiko drumming has been an important part of Japanese culture for hundreds of years. Its origins lie in the many temples and shrines throughout Japan where they are played during ceremonies and festivals. Style is Sumizuri-e (monochromatic woodblock). Published by the artist. Comes in both small (Koban) and large (Naga-ban) sizes.
Format is Koban yoko-e. Not examined outside of frame. No flaws or problems of note viewable in frame. Size of frame is 11.3″x8.4″. Provenance: from eBay seller carrielorimervintage (Carrie Lorimer) of Mayfield Village, OH.
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