Moon and grasses


Art Print by Unsodo part of Petit_Artprints Retro collection of artworks. Giclee printed on high quality paper 240gsm with smooth and matt finish.


Our prints fit into standard frames, the frame is not included.



Moon and grasses

16,00 €Price
  • Unsodo established in 1891 by Yamada Naosaburō 山田直三郎, still in business, is located in Kyoto's Teramachi district. In the Meiji era it was primarily known for its fine books of textile patterns, ceramics and papers. Their deluxe productions include Kamisaka Sekka's (1866-1949) Momoyogusa (A World of Things, 3 vols., 1909-10) and Takeuchi Seihō's (1864-1942) Masterworks, released over a five year period (1937-1942), consisting of sixty-six prints of the artists drawings and which has been called by Jack Hillier "one of the most magnificent printing achievements of the twentieth century." They also published numerous books containing collections of paintings by famous Kyoto artists. Fine woodblock-printed facsimiles of ehon are typical Unsōdō products from the Taisho and Showa eras. The company also produced a substantial number of original shin hanga prints, most notably over 100 designs of the artist Kasamatsu Shirō (1898–1991) from 1952 until 1960. The company has recently reprinted Sekka's Momoyogusa from the original blocks and has started to issue a series of reference books on late Meiji pattern designs.

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