Tetsuya Noda. The Works 1964-1978

Yoshiaki Tono (Introduction)

£35.00

1st Edition
Soft cover

4to. N.d. [c.1978]. White stiff card wrappers. In pictorial paper dust jacket. A little creasing to jacket and very light foxing to head of text block. Otherwise fine. Illustrated catalogue raisonne from the period 1964-1978 of the work of Japanese artist and printmaker Tetsuya Noda (b. 1940). Text in Japanese and English. *** Tetsuya Noda is a contemporary artist, printmaker and educator. He is widely considered to be Japan’s most important living print artist, and one of the most successful contemporary print artists in the world. Noda is most well-known for his visual autobiographical works done as a series of woodblock, print, and silkscreened diary entries that capture moments in daily life. (From Wikipedia)

Book Details

AuthorYoshiaki Tono (Introduction)
PublisherFuji Television Gallery Co., Ltd./ Fuji Bijutsu., Ltd
Publisher Year1978
Book ConditionNear Fine
Jacket ConditionNear Fine
Binding TypeSoft cover
Edition1st Edition
LanguageEnglish