Beautifully composed and rendered in a sensitive color palette, this silkscreen by Japanese-born American artist Kenzo Okada is pure poetry. A successful painter in both his native Japan and Paris (where he exhibited at the 1927 Salon d'Automne), Okada moved to New York in 1950. Once stateside, his work shifted to the abstract while retaining the balance, lyricism and philosophy of traditional Japanese landscape painting. His oeuvre, along with that of his contemporaries Mark Rothko and Clyfford Still, is now known as abstract expressionism.
Newly matted and in its original chrome frame (which has minor nicks and scratches, please see our detailed photos), this print is part of an edition of 175 and signed by the artist. Another print from this series is available for purchase separately.
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