Is Takeda’s first collection of prints. It was published in 1976 by Internal Co. It is limited to 500 copies and. Consists of 11 designs. The media is silkscreen, the preferred printmaking technique of Takeda. In 1976, when he was 28 years old, he was awarded the Bungei Shunju Cartoon. In it, he used tattoos as a theme in order to push the need for color in cartoons to new limits. Mon-mon (Japanese: /) means representational or figurative tattooing. It is also associated with the tattoos of yakuza. In Sculpture in 1973 while attending Tokyos Tama Fine Arts University, but he decided to become a cartoonist before graduation. Shortly after graduation he received the prestigious Bungei-Shunju Cartoon Award in 1976. After a career of more than 40 years, he enjoyed a one-man show at the British Museum, and his work can be found in the permanent collections of multiple prestigious institutions. He is best known as the creator of “bizarre images, ” often depicting explicit sex acts. Material = Paper Condition = Good (several scratch marks on the panel). It comes with a frame, but it is hard to open the frame. Frame = 71.5 x 62cm. Prints = 60 x 45cm. If more expensive, we will charge you later. Please let us know your TELEPHONE NUMBER that we write on the postal document and invoice. Please understand that the item has stains and wrinkles, but it is vintage. Since it is an old item, please look at the pictures closely and judge. The actual size, color or appearance may vary because of the lighting effects. Chosen carefully, we would guarantee these are handwriting (not printed) and the original. The item “Nw2058 Japanese silkscreen PRINT MonMon Tattoo 1976 by Takeda Hideo” is in sale since Tuesday, July 20, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “en-corporation” and is located in Osaka. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Type: Paintings
- Region of Origin: Japan