Seated Japanese Carpenter
Extremely scarce work that was most likely also carved and printed by the artist. Kendall Brown offers the following description: “Keith initially learned printmaking after Watanabe Shôzaburô encouraged her to let him turn her designs into prints, and she sat by the carver and printers as they produced and printed the blocks. In 1931 Keith spent several weeks honing her skills at the Tokyo studio of Yoshida Hiroshi. This print was reportedly both cut and printed by Keith, but she may have had help from professional artisans.”
Size: 34.3 x 23.2 cm
Condition: Excellent impression, color and condition.
Inventory Number: KTH014