Shikō Munakata

was a woodblock printmaker active in Shōwa period Japan. He is associated with the ''sōsaku-hanga'' movement and the ''mingei'' (folk art) movement. Munakata was awarded the "Prize of Excellence" at the Second International Print Exhibition in Lugano, Switzerland in 1952, and first prize at the São Paulo Bienal Exhibition in Brazil in 1955, followed by Grand Prix at the Venice Biennale in 1956, and the Order of Culture, the highest honor in the arts by the Japanese government in 1970. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Munakata, Shiko, 1903-1975.
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Published 1977

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by Munakata, Shikō, 1903-1975.
Published 1956

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by Munakata, Shikō, 1903-1975.
Published 1965

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by Munakata, Shikō, 1903-1975.
Published 1976

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