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Matsubara Naoko

Woodcuts by Matsubara Naoko “ The distinguished woodcut print artist Naoko Matsubara was born on Shikoku Island into an old Shinto family, and grew up in Kyoto, where her father was a senior.

Bowing Flower Woodcut Print by Tugboat Printshop

Bowing Flower - Woodcut Print, Woodblock Print by Tugboat Printshop, Valerie Lueth

Tour de Yorkshire - Linocut Print , Cyclist - Cycling Art - Bike, Contemporary Bicycle Art - Bicycle Lino Print - Hand Pulled,Printmaking by TheBluebirdGallery on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/195653494/tour-de-yorkshire-linocut-print-cyclist

Tour de Yorkshire - Linocut Print , Cyclist - Cycling Art - Bike, Contemporary Bicycle Art - Bicycle Lino Print - Hand Pulled,Printmaking by TheBluebirdGallery on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/195653494/tour-de-yorkshire-linocut-print-cyclist

'Snow Tree' (1985) by Japanese-born, Canadian-based artist & printmaker Naoko Matsubara. Woodcut, 62.7 x 87.3 cm. via the artist's site

'Snow Tree' by Japanese-born, Canadian-based artist & printmaker Naoko Matsubara. Woodcut, x cm.

Naoko Matsubara Ah Spring, from the portfolio In Praise of Hands, 1999, Woodcut print, Edition of 25, Image 15 x 10.5 inches, 38 x 27 cm

Naoko Matsubara Ah Spring, from the portfolio In Praise of Hands, Woodcut print, Edition of Image 15 x inches, 38 x 27 cm

h2Big Bunny/h2pLinocut | 15 x 20cm/p By Nick Morley, an artist and illustrator based in Margate, UK.

Big Bunny Linocut original handpulled relief print by linocutboy

SHIKO MUNAKATA (1903-1975)  (http://www.artelino.com/articles/shiko_munakata.asp)

yama-bato: “ SHIKO MUNAKATA Japanese, link Shiko Munakata is one of the most significant modern Japanese artists of the twentieth century. His art work consists of paintings, prints, ceramics and calligraphy. Looking at his art work, the.

Woodcuts by Matsubara Naoko     The distinguished woodcut print...

iamjapanese: yama-bato: Matsubara Naoko Title: Page from Hagoromo (Feathered Robe), Shôwa period, circa Date: Shôwa period,

The Miraculous Draught of Fishes, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff 1918

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