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'Sunflower No. 2' d1972

This very modern and contemporary woodblock print depicts a Sunflower in all its glory, entitled 'Sunflower No. 2'. It was produced in 1972 by the artist Fumio Fujita. The colors are rich and vibrant. This print is titled in Kanji symbols, which reads 'Sunflower', pencil-signed by Fujita and numbered #32/200. These cheerful flowers were brought over to Japan hundreds of years ago. As expected, Sunflowers 'himawari' indicate radiance in the language of flowers, but also respect and moreover, sunflowers were a symbol of hope and faith to restore Japan after Hiroshima, and it helped the citizens move towards a better future. There is even a sunflower festival (Himawari Matsuri) that many attend to admire the beauty of these sunflowers.. This print size is 10.5" x 7.75". It is archivally double-matted and framed in a complementary wood-grain, beaded in gold and black frame measuring 15" x 12.5". This print is in wonderful original condition.         P31317                            $295.00

Fumio Fujita (b.1933) 'Sunflower No. 2' d1972

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