Scottish, b. 1967
Famous Views of Japan: Torii Gate at Miyajima Process Set
(Nihon meisho zu-e: Nihon meisho zu-e: Miyajima no torii)
set of 27 sheets demonstrating individual 'pulls' from the woodblocks; the sequence begins with the keyblock proof, followed by 26 single sheets with individual impression of applied color, mica, and blind-printing in the order of the printing process; sheet no. 15 features the artist's signature in kanji, Bi-ni, no. 16 features the print title at the upper left, no. 17 with the artist's red seal, Binnie, and the final sheet with Binnie embossed on the bottom margin; each sheet hand-numbered in black ink and stamped with the artists name and print title, Paul Binnie - Miyajima, 2003
each approximately 16 3/4 by 11 3/4 in., 42.5 by 30 cm
Reference: Paul Binnie: A Dialogue with the Past- The First 100 Japanese Prints , 2007, p. 110, no. 73 (for completed color woodblock)
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