Takabe

Taeko Takabe

b. 1941

Small Fish Frolicking at the Waterfront
(Mizube de tawamureru kozakana tachi)

intaglio and serigraph; numbered and signed in pencil below the composition, 4/35, Taeko Takabe

19 5/8 by 12 7/8 in., 49.9 by 32.6 cm

Taeko Takabe is a graduate of the Woman's Art College. In 1996 she studied art in New York City with the help of a scholarship from the Japanese Ministry of Culture. She is a member of the Japan Print Association. Her work is in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the British Museum and the American Library of Congress.

Reference:
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Message from Papua No. 12, mixed media, 2002, accession no. M2004.144

Provenance:
Tsuruoka Family Collection (Kakunen Tsuruoka, artist, 1892-1977)

price: $300

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