Mikio Watanabe

Brume Matinale

$500.00
  • Brume Matinale

Mikio Watanabe

Brume Matinale

$500.00

mezzotint engraving

7.5 x 4.5 inch image on paper (unframed)

pencil signed, titled, and numbered by the artist from an edition of 90 hand-made original etchings

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This singular work of art is an original print made using either traditional or modern fine art printmaking techniques. Although it is part of an edition of similar images, each one is hand-made, one-at-a-time, by the artist, and no two are ever exactly the same. Visit our online glossary page for more information on the various terms and techniques used to make the artwork on this website.

Mikio Watanabe is an internationally known Japanese artist and printmaker living in Pierric, France. He was born in 1954 in Yokohama, Japan. In 1977, after completing his college studies in Tokyo, Watanabe left Japan and moved to Paris to continue his education and begin his career as an artist. From 1979 to 1981, he studied engraving techniques with S. W. Hayter at the Atelier 17, Paris. Since 1981, he has dedicated his work to mezzotint engraving. Watanabe has had more than 50 one-man shows, and his works can be found in many public collections including Bibliotheque National in Paris, the Central Academy of Art, Kuala Lumpur and the New Orleans Museum of Art.

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mezzotint engraving

7.5 x 4.5 inch image on paper (unframed)

pencil signed, titled, and numbered by the artist from an edition of 90 hand-made original etchings

NEED THIS PIECE FRAMED? CLICK HERE.

This singular work of art is an original print made using either traditional or modern fine art printmaking techniques. Although it is part of an edition of similar images, each one is hand-made, one-at-a-time, by the artist, and no two are ever exactly the same. Visit our online glossary page for more information on the various terms and techniques used to make the artwork on this website.

Mikio Watanabe is an internationally known Japanese artist and printmaker living in Pierric, France. He was born in 1954 in Yokohama, Japan. In 1977, after completing his college studies in Tokyo, Watanabe left Japan and moved to Paris to continue his education and begin his career as an artist. From 1979 to 1981, he studied engraving techniques with S. W. Hayter at the Atelier 17, Paris. Since 1981, he has dedicated his work to mezzotint engraving. Watanabe has had more than 50 one-man shows, and his works can be found in many public collections including Bibliotheque National in Paris, the Central Academy of Art, Kuala Lumpur and the New Orleans Museum of Art.