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Fukazawa, Yukio

Japanese, 1924-2017
  • 1977
    edition: 26/30
    on Paper
    34.25 x 23.5 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3278
    NOW: $839.37
  • 1973
    on Paper
    34.5 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3277
    NOW: $839.37
  • 1980
    edition: 16/75
    on Paper
    34.25 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3276
    NOW: $783.41
  • 1978
    edition: 19/50
    on Paper
    23.75 x 34.5 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3275
    NOW: $842.38
  • 1984
    edition: 5/50
    on Paper
    34.5 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3274
    NOW: $902.55
  • 1984
    edition: 5/50
    on Paper
    34.5 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3273
    NOW: $902.55
  • 1975
    edition: 30/30
    on Paper
    34.75 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3272
    NOW: $1,035.18
  • 1986
    edition: 14/50
    on Paper
    34.5 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3271
    NOW: $1,047.27
  • 1967
    on Paper
    23.25 x 14.25 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3270
    NOW: $884.79
  • 1982
    edition: 35/75
    on Paper
    14.25 x 19 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3269
    NOW: $1,023.00
  • 1968
    edition: 21/30
    Mixed-Media on Paper
    34.5 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3381
    NOW: $1,210.86
  • 1976
    Mixed-Media on Paper
    34.5 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3246
    NOW: $774.37
  • 1979
    edition: 9/75
    Mixed-Media on Paper
    34.5 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3448
    NOW: $1,600.00
  • 1979
    edition: 9/50
    Mixed-Media on Paper
    34.5 x 23.75 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3292
    NOW: $895.33
  • 1980
    edition: 21/75
    Mixed-Media on Paper
    19.75 x 27.5 in. (Paper Size)
    Listing no. 3402
    NOW: $1,200.00

About this Artist

Fukazawa was a Japanese print-maker who turned to copper etchings because of a knee injury suffered during WWII. During his long, successful career, Fukazawa greatly influenced the art of Japanese print making through both his art and the many positions he held high in the echelons of the Japanese art world, including his appointment as President of the Japan Prints Association in 1990.

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1965 Exhibited at Carnegie Art Exhibition, New York CIty, NY
1966 Exhibited at the 1st Japan Art Festival, New York City, NY
1967 Exhibited at the 2nd Japan Art Festival, New York City, NY
1969 Exhibition at Vancouver, Canada and Cincinnati, Ohio
1970 Exhibition Lang Gallery, California, Napoli, Rome, and
Frienze, Italy
1971 Exhibition at Stockholm, Seden, Brussels, Belgium
1973 Exhibited at New York Cultural Centre, Boston and Los
Angeles
1974 Exhibition at Mexico National Art Museum and in Paris,
France
1975 Exhibition in Australia
1976 Exhibition in Belgium, Venezuela and Mexico City
1978 General Director of Japan Prints Association
1986 Professor at Tama Arts College
1987 Received the MEDAL OF HONOR in recognition for his contribution to the development of Japanese Arts.
1990 President of Japan Prints Association
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