Yasu Shibata
Gate to Heavens
2016

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Japanese woodcut diptych on Kizuki paper, signed and numbered from an edition of 10.

Born in Osaka, Japan, Master Printer Yasu Shibata received his BFA from Kyoto Sika University before moving to the United States in 1991. In the U.S., he began his printing career at Tyler Graphics working for artists such as Frank Stella, David Salle and Helen Frakenthaler. Currently, Shibata works at the print publisher Pace Editions in New York where he prints exclusively using Mokuhanga techniques to create editions for artists such as Chuck Close and James Siena. Shibata’s own artwork utilizes both reduction style techniques and Japanese woodcut methods to create multiple layers of pigment that results in vibrant colors exhibited through variations of simple shapes.

Details
Artist
Yasu Shibata (b. 1968, Japanese)
Creation Year
2016
Medium
Woodcut Print
Movement & Style
Contemporary
Condition
Excellent
Dimensions
19 in. H x 38 in. W
Dealer Location
New York, NY
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
LU48632034053
Contact The Seller
1stdibs seller since 2016
Located in New York, NY
Associations:
  • Art Dealers Association of America
  • International Fine Print Dealers Association

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