Offered for sale is a traditional Shimizu landscape painting on canvas . Prominent pastel colors of blues and greens, contrasted with black, creates an idylic Springtime image of a wooded area near a lake.For years, Mihato Shimizu (1905 - 1987) was recognized as one of Japan's leading landscape painters. Shimizu studied under the internationally acclaimed artist Gakuryo Nakamura. In 1964, Shimizu's works were introduced to America, and quickly became sought after. They were only available through California galleries as the artist, by temperament, opposed to producing mass paintings. His works are gorgeous with a soft, misty, ethereal quality. His wooded scenes were painted on all four major islands of Japan. Signed in black, lower left. The image is 20" by 24". The framed dimensions are approximately 28 inches by 32 inches. The four inch wide frame is in three sections. An outer silver wooden frame with a matching inner silver insert . The middle cloth mat section of the frame is approximately two inches wide and shows its age as it is slightly dirty and worn. The outer frame section has some dings, scuffs and light scratches consistent with its age. As is standard on the custom made frames for this artist, there is a nameplate on the lower center. A quality painting for an inexpensive starting price. No reserve. Inquiries encouraged. California Resale Royalty Act will be respected if this transaction qualifies. For shipping purposes, the artwork will be shipped domestically through the United States Postal Service or UPS unless requested by other means and agreed to. The package is 31" by 36" by 4" and weighs 13 pounds. International buyers (including Canadians) are responsible for all taxes, tarriffs and fees. Receipt of payment is expected within five days unless other arrangements have been made. As a material term to this transaction, you expressly agree to cooperate with me in filing any insurance related claim if the item is damaged in transit; otherwise, no refund will be given regardless of eBay or PayPal policies to the contrary. Good luck and thank you for considering this item!
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