Ogata Kōrin (1658–1716) was a wealthy heir in a family of Kyoto textile merchants whose extravagant lifestyle landed him in debt by the age of 35. Broke and somewhat desperate, Ogata became an artist in order to make a living. Within 10 years he was one of the most celebrated artists in Japan. This luscious woodblock print of gray cranes is based on a panel painting which probably dates from late in his career. Our giclée reproduction of this artwork is printed with archival inks.
Gallery-quality art print on 210 g Hahnemühle Studio matte paper.
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