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Hiroyuki Izutsu, Red Parka

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Hiroyuki Izutsu, Red Parka

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Artist:

Hiroyuki Izutsu

Materials:

print on 300-gsm fine-art paper

Frame details:

wood/glass

Frame finish:

white

Dimensions:

12" x 15"

Why We Love This

An evocative portrait from Japanese artist Hiroyuki Izutsu. This is a print of the original work, rendered on heavy fine-art paper and beautifully framed in white wood molding.

Why We Love This

An evocative portrait from Japanese artist Hiroyuki Izutsu. This is a print of the original work, rendered on heavy fine-art paper and beautifully framed in white wood molding.

About the Brand

Born in 1955 in Kagawa Prefecture, Japan, artist Hiroyuki Izutsu is a member of the Tokyo Illustrators Society and winner of the 1998 Kodansha Publishing Culture Award. As a response to the 2011 Thoku earthquake and tsunami, Izutsu created "Don't Give Up Japan," a series of paintings that highlight the country's beauty and express the importance of maintaining positivity, even in the darkest times.