"Garden of Katsura Rikyu" is a woodblock print designed by Minagawa Taizo. Minagawa Taizo is originally a textile artist. This woodblock print remains the beauty of textile taste and brings another artistic quality by taking woodblock printing techniques.
It was exhibited as a traditional craft and purchased by His Majesty the Emperor at the tree-planting festival in 1991.
With a modern impression, it fits into any Japanese or Western space.
This was designed for UNSODO publisher,
This is originally published by UNSODO (Kyoto).
Minagawa Taizo was borm in Kyoto.
He is a dyeing and weaving artist who is a councilor of Nitten and has received numerous awards such as the Minister of Education Award.
After traveling both domestically and internationally, he tried to depict a objects what he saw and felt as possible as he could and abstract
the actual landscape. He was always worked powerfully and creative attractive arts.
・Material/ Japanese washi paper
・Size/ width 47 × height 36
・Weight/ 150 g