D Bowa Black, 1981, is a black color block print done by Japanese artist Hitoshi Nakazato.
From the Artist:
My painterly intention is not the discovery or introduction of new things as it can be seen in the historical context of art, whether it is derived from the outside world or inside one's mind. Then, how do I accomplish the task I have undertaken and image making? The painterly issue is the fusion of or the attempt to deal with what may be considered the conflict between the attitude of denial toward the norm and picture making and the desire to paint.
Japanese painter, printmaker, and mural artist Hitoshi Nakazato was born in Machida, Tokyo. He earned a BFA from Tama Art University in Tokyo, an MS in Art from the University of Wisconsin, and an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate...Read More ⟶