Noda Tetsuya, Jerusalem, Original S&n Lithograph Japanese Artist 1969 Jewish For Sale
Tetsuya Noda,Jerusalem, lithograph, 1969
Paper size: (height before width) 19.7x19.7" (50x50cm)
Image size: 17.3x17.3" (44x44cm)
Condition: work is in excellent conditionand is unframed.
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Tetsuya Noda was born in 1940 in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. He studied art at the Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music, and continued to graduate degree. In 1977 he was appointed a lecturer in the faculty of art. During the 1980's he was a visiting artist in several universities in Canada, Israel, USA and Australia.
Noda's work has a dominant contemporary contribution to the rich Japanese printmaking tradition. He incorporates modern screen printing techniques with the Japanese woodblock heritage. He deals with the everyday while documenting the passage of his life in his artworks, taking notes of the gentle curves of the Japanese peaches or the poetry of a group of lemons or the way a traditional paper wrinkles.
Noda had many one man shows across the world, including the Norwegian International Print Biennale, the International Print Exchange Exhibition in Seoul, Korea, the National Museum of Art in Osaka, Japan, the Cincinnati Museum of Art and others.
Noda's works are in the collections' of leading museums such as the National Museum of Modern Art (Tokyo), the MoMA (New York), the Hirshhorn Museum of the Smithsonian Institution (Washington), The British Museum (London), the Israel Museum (Jerusalem) and more.
Jerusalem was created in Jerusalem by Noda during his visit to Israel in 1969. The landscape of the city is shown through a typical Jerusalem window bars. Seems that Noda was not interested in the room characteristics but rather in the open window fragment with the view of the city. This simple and daily scene has a dreamy appearance due to the fragmentation and the contract of the landscape's vibrant color versus the white paper.
This is the second work by Noda that is offered at Fine Art Bay.
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Noda Tetsuya, Jerusalem, Original S&n Lithograph Japanese Artist 1969 Jewish: $120