Saburo Miyata (1924 – 2013)

Saburo Miyata was born in Nagano prefecture in 1924.  He started his career after WW2 and worked in Tokyo heading the Hanga Institute to promote Japanese printmaking. His major work was created from 1970 to 1984 a series of self-carved and self-printed woodblock prints depicting the sceneries of Japan.  

Images:  Courtesy of various sources.

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