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Father and Son 17/100 by Akiyama, Iwao
Father and Son 17/100 by Akiyama, Iwao


 
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Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil with a red seal. The print features a poem by the Zen monk poet, Santoka. Taneda Santoka spent most of his life wandering Japan as a begging monk. Santoka said, " Days I don't enjoy: Any day I don't walk, drink sake, and compose haiku".

Cattle in the withered grass:
A cow and its calf, together.
Age: 1979
Size: 18 x 12 inches
Media: Woodblock print
Condition: Excellent
Price: $600.00 USD
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Father and Son 17/100 by Akiyama, Iwao(Japanese Print)Father and Son 17/100 by Akiyama, Iwao(Japanese Print)Father and Son 17/100 by Akiyama, Iwao(Japanese Print)


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