Detail View

Culture: Japanese
Dimensions: sheet: 28 x 30 3/4 in. (71.1 x 78.1 cm)
Medium: lithograph
Credit Line: Gift of the Tolman Collection
Label Text: Though her introduction to art was the study of calligraphy at the age of six, Shinoda was attracted to abstract art as a mature artist. She spent two years in the United States (1956-58) and moved toward a more expressive style after encountering the works of Jackson Pollock. Utilizing the Western lithography printing method, she can transmit her fluid strokes to paper more spontaneously than with a carved block method.
Object Number: 2004.17
Currently not on view