Kunihiro AMANO

Kunihiro Amano was born in Hirosaki. He is a self-taught artist, who participated in all national (Tokyo) and International Print Biennales. His woodblock prints are dominated by abstract, geometrical forms with sometimes erotic references in strong colors. Early works were influenced by Shiko Munakata. Prints by Kunihiro Amano are in the collections of many international art museums like the Moma in New York or the Washington Library of Congress.

Kunihiro Amano - Nostalgia 8 - woodblock print - circa 1970 - mica powder - detail

Nostalgia 8

AMANO, Kunihiro

Woodblock print, or color woodcut, printed with some mica inks, and with embossing, on Japan wove paper, circa 1970.Artist’s proof. It is unknown w...

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Kunihiro Amano -  Mask 10 - woodblock print mixed media - detail Sold
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Mask 10

AMANO, Kunihiro

Woodblock with Mixed Media.Edition of 90.Signed "K. Amano" and “26/90” in pencil on the lower margin.A red mask. Fluid tracks which look like the a...

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