oil on canvas painting, framed, signed Binnie with artist's red seal-form date 10 
24 by 33 7/8 in., 61 by 86 cm
Travels with the Master: Cloud Shadows, Grand Canyon
(Meishou To No Tabi: Guranndo Kyanionn)
signed at lower left, Bin-ni, followed by red artist's seal Binnie, the series title at upper left, Meisho to no tabi, the print title below in katakana, Guranndo Kyanionn, and in penciled English on the bottom margin, Cloud Shadows, Grand Canyon, 26/100, with Binnie embossed at center, and pencil signed at far right, Paul Binnie; begun late 2004; completed March 2007
dai oban yoko-e 18 7/8 by 26 3/8 in., 48 by 67 cm
This is the largest Binnie landscape to date, and the first design in a planned series that will re-visit locations depicted by one of Binnie's favorite Japanese print artists, Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950). This particular vantage is very close to Yoshida's 1926 composition.
Paul Binnie: A Dialogue with the Past - The First 100 Japanese Prints, 2007, p. 137, no. 100
Katherine Martin, Highlights of Japanese Printmaking: Part Three, The International Perspective, Scholten Japanese Art, November 2008 (forthcoming), cat. no. 49
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