Providing fine art to collectors, museums, corporations, and the trade since 1977.
Specializing in rare 18th - 20th Century Japanese Woodblock Prints
Fumio Fujita was born in Aichi province in 1933. He graduated in 1955 from the renowned Musashino College of Fine Arts. In 1963 Fumio Fujita began to make woodblock prints in moku hanga style - self-carved and self-printed. His main subjects are landscapes with a focus on trees. This subject has become trendy among Japanese printmakers since another artist, Joichi Hoshi, became famous by making practically nothing else but images of trees. Fumio Fujita exhibits regularly with "Kokugakai", a Japanese printmaker association. He had several solo shows in Tokyo and exhibits every now and then with the prestigious CWAJ print shows (College Women of Japan), which was established by Oliver Statler after world war II.