He has dedicated his life to creating these master pieces. The woodcuts are so skillfully done that they are often mistaken as watercolors on Japanese paper. Incorporates approximately 23-47 colors in his woodcuts and executes between 20-35 press runs on handmade Japanese Mulberry paper to produce 130- 300 prints per edition. The process is a slow and meticulous one, taking over 30 days to create one edition of extraordinary richness.
Who's Who in America. Who's Who in American Art. His woodcuts are on display in countless private collections, over 100 corporate collections, and 20 museum.Collections, including the National Museum of American Art Washington D. The Library of Congress, the U. Embassy in Tokyo, Lloyd's of London, AT&T, Xerox Corporation, IBM Corporation, Cargill Incorporated, General Mills Incorporated and Dayton Hudson Corporation, just to name a few. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints".
The seller is "american_design_ltd" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.