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Painter, b. 1934 - d. 1997

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          • Something Again (Unique)
            Jul. 18, 2024

            Something Again (Unique)

            Est: ¥100,000 - ¥150,000

            signed, dated and inscribed 'in LOS ANGELES' (lower area), sold with a certificate by Bancho Gallery

            Mallet Auction
          • My Own, Your Own, 1/ Women Cathing Stars
            Jul. 18, 2024

            My Own, Your Own, 1/ Women Cathing Stars

            Est: ¥150,000 - ¥200,000

            each signed in pencil, each inscribed E.A.

            Mallet Auction
          • Masuo Ikeda
            Jun. 15, 2024

            Masuo Ikeda

            Est: €100 - €300

            Masuo Ikeda 1934 Shenyang - 1997 Atami - Ohne Titel - Farbradierung/Papier. 26/50. 29 x 24,9 cm, 48,7 x 40 cm. Sign. und dat. r. u.: Masuo Ikeda (19)68. Trockenstempel l. u.: MASUO IKEDA original etching. Das Blatt liegt lose. Minim. Fleckchen. Leichter Knick rechts. - Provenienz: Sammlung Einecke, Hannover.

            Das Kunst- und Auktionshaus Kastern GmbH & Co KG
          • Masuo Ikeda, Far street. 1970.
            May. 16, 2024

            Masuo Ikeda, Far street. 1970.

            Est: €150 - €300

            Litografia. mm 560x763. Firma a matita in basso a destra e tiratura a numeri romani in basso a sinistra. Timbro a secco in basso a destra. Es. V/XXV. (1)

            Gonnelli Casa d'Aste
          • Women at Lake Nojiri
            May. 16, 2024

            Women at Lake Nojiri

            Est: ¥100,000 - ¥150,000

            signed and dated (lower right), framed

            Mallet Auction
          • Under the Table
            Mar. 07, 2024

            Under the Table

            Est: ¥100,000 - ¥150,000

            signed and dated in pencil, numbered 9/20

            Mallet Auction
          • MASUO IKEDA (JAPANESE 1934-1997)
            Feb. 13, 2024

            MASUO IKEDA (JAPANESE 1934-1997)

            Est: £200 - £300

            MASUO IKEDA (JAPANESE 1934-1997) Number 5 1971 signed and inscribed épreuve d'artiste in pencil a proof aside from the edition of 200 lithograph on wove from Seven Lithographs image 41 x 29cm framed

            Chiswick Auctions
          • MASUO IKEDA (JAPANESE 1934–1997) Scene on the beach
            Feb. 13, 2024

            MASUO IKEDA (JAPANESE 1934–1997) Scene on the beach

            Est: £150 - £200

            MASUO IKEDA (JAPANESE 1934–1997) Scene on the beach 1970 signed and numbered 7/25 in pencil lithograph in colours on wove from the series Location & Scene printed by Touchstone publishers, New York sheet 56 x 76cm unframed

            Chiswick Auctions
          • MASUO IKEDA OLYMPIC CERAMIC PAINTING
            Oct. 20, 2023

            MASUO IKEDA OLYMPIC CERAMIC PAINTING

            Est: $75 - $100

            Ceramic. Artist : Masuo Ikeda Masuo Ikeda (Japan/China, 1934-1997) was known as a modern-day “Renaissance man,” or a maruchi taranto (“multiple talent”) in Japan. He broke the mold of the traditional Japanese archetype and was celebrated for his original and progressive work as painter, printmaker, sculptor, ceramicist, filmmaker, writer and director. Masuo Ikeda was born on February 23, 1934, in Fengtien (also called Mukden and currently known as Shenyang), China – the largest city in the Liaoning Province. Ikeda and his family returned to Japan after the Pacific War when Ikeda was a child. He attended the Tokyo University of the Arts but failed his courses and dropped out. Ikeda had a difficult time shifting into a new country and fitting in. He was uninterested in the lessons and restrictions school enforced. He found interest in texts not taught in school including works by Camus, Kafka, Stendhal, Salinger, Sartre, and the Surrealists. He also was a self-taught artist, working on paintings and illustrations at home to catch up and re-enter art school. In 1952, he eventually graduated from the Nagano School of Art. After graduation, Ikeda worked as a freelance painter and exhibited his work. However, he was not earning much of a living or winning prizes at shows. The artist took on printmaking at age 26 after a judge from one of the painting shows, German artist and engraver Erwin Graumann, urged him to do so. Printmaking allowed Ikeda to produce more work to sell and helped him find his creative niche and mark. The young artist took on traditional woodblock and serigraphy (silk screen) printmaking but began to focus on new techniques using methods like dry point, aquatint, photo etching, lithography and photolithography, and unconventional woodblock techniques - all made popular by the influence of Western printmakers like Stanley Hayter (1901-1988) and Birgiot Skiöld (1923-1982). Ikeda exhibited his prints in many shows in Japan, including the Tokyo International Biennale, and achieved critical acclaim. In 1961, he won the Grand Prize for Printmaking at the Tokyo International Biennale of Art. His success in Japan allowed him to branch out to international exhibitions in Europe, North America, and South America where he won numerous awards. In 1961, he was awarded the Prix d’Excellence at the Young Artists’ International Biennale in Paris, France. Three years later in 1964, Ikeda was awarded the Tokyo Museum of Modern Art prize. Additionally, in 1965, he won the Grand Prix (Grand Prize) at the International Printmaking Biennale in Ljubljana, Slovenia. A year later, in 1966, he also won First Prize at the International Engraving Biennale in Krakow, Poland as well as First Prizes at the Print Biennales of Venice, Italy and Vienna, Austria, where he was the second Japanese to win this category after Munakata Shikō (1903-1975). In 1965, Ikeda moved to New York City. The same year, he had a solo show at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. Two years later, he showcased his prints at another solo show in Berlin, Germany at the height of the German hippie and pop movements. In 1976, Ikeda wrote his first novel, Eige-kai ni sasaguru (Homage to the Aegean), which won many acclamations and awards worldwide. A year later, he produced a film based on his novel. Additionally, in 1977, Ikeda won the Akutagawa Prize (Akutagawa Ryūnosuke Shō), presented by the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Literature for best-published literary story by a rising author, for Homage to the Aegean. Ikeda produced prints in his studio in New York from 1969 till the late 70s. Ikeda also wrote two more novels, Mado kara Roma ga mieru (From My Window I Have a View of Rome) and Manhattan Rhapsody. Ikeda defied traditional and conservative Japanese canons of art. However, by overstepping the conventional boundaries of art making, Ikeda earned himself international recognition for his unmatched originality. His prints showcase a surrealist quality with a mix of figures (mostly women), abstract forms, and various printmaking techniques. Ikeda’s prints also display unique mark-making and line quality. Various other prints by the artist appear as experimentations and variations of color, texture, and composition that mirror advances in mid-century graphic design. The artist was forthright with his controversial and erotic subject matter that is often deemed as pornographic. His films also portrayed a number of nude scenes by actors and had to make numerous edits to his film due to strict censorship laws in Japan. However, Ikeda and his work is highly regarded today in Japan and internationally as a visionary and one of the best modern filmmakers of his time. In 1980, Masuo Ikeda returned to Japan with his wife, violinist Yoko Sato (b. 1949). He took on sculpture and ceramics later in his life, creating work from 1983 till his death at age 63 on March 8, 1997 in Atami. The Ikeda Masuo Art Museum in Nagano, Japan was established after the artist and showcases a large body of his prints, photographs, and film. Masuo Ikeda’s work can be found in numerous collections and major museums worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art Museum (MoMA), Portland Art Museum, Harvard Art Museums, Art Institute of Chicago, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo.

            Eden Fine Antiques Galleries LLC
          • MASUO IKEDA (1934 - 1997) Two Japanese mezzotint prints on paper
            May. 19, 2023

            MASUO IKEDA (1934 - 1997) Two Japanese mezzotint prints on paper

            Est: £200 - £300

            MASUO IKEDA (1934 - 1997) Landscape; Antique Woman 1972 An album containing two contemporary mezzotint prints on paper, together with a facsimile of a poem by Junzaburo Nishiwaki titled Winter in Kyoto, signed and numbered 73/129 in pencil by the author each 38cm high; 28.5cm long - PROVENANCE: English London Collection

            Chiswick Auctions
          • HODAKA YOSHIDA (1926 – 1995) AND MASUO IKEDA (1934 - 1997)
            Feb. 08, 2023

            HODAKA YOSHIDA (1926 – 1995) AND MASUO IKEDA (1934 - 1997)

            Est: £100 - £200

            HODAKA YOSHIDA (1926 – 1995) The 42nd Exhibition of the Japanese Print Association 1974 A screenprint exhibition poster signed Hodoka Yoshida in pencil, unframed 74cm high, 51.5cm wide

            Chiswick Auctions
          • MASUO IKEDA (1934 - )
            Feb. 08, 2023

            MASUO IKEDA (1934 - )

            Est: £250 - £400

            MASUO IKEDA (1934 - ) Landscape; Antique Woman 1972 An album containing two contemporary mezzotint prints on paper, together with a facsimile of a poem by Junzaburo Nishiwaki titled Winter in Kyoto, signed by the author Each 38cm high; 28.5cm long signed and numbered by pencil 73 / 129

            Chiswick Auctions
          • Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934 - 1997)
            Dec. 15, 2022

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934 - 1997)

            Est: $100 - $300

            Etching. Signed and numbered in pencil. Edition: 20. 11 1/8 x 7 1/3 in. (sheet size).

            Vallot Auctioneers
          • MASUO IKEDA "WOMEN FROM VOGUE" DRYPOINT, ROULETTE & ETCHING ON PAPER
            Oct. 09, 2022

            MASUO IKEDA "WOMEN FROM VOGUE" DRYPOINT, ROULETTE & ETCHING ON PAPER

            Est: -

            Ikeda Masuo (1934 - 1997) "Women From Vogue" Drypoint, Roulette & Etching on Paper. Pencil signed and dated 1966. Ikeda Masuo is highly regarded as the representative of contemporary Japanese printmakers both within and outside the country. Artist: Masuo Ikeda Title: "Women From Vogue" Medium: Drypoint, Roulette & Etc. Circa/Year: 1966 Signature Type: Pencil Signature Location: Lower Right Edition: 29/30 Site Measurement: 16x17.5 in. Image Keywords: Modern, contemporary, Asian; Ref: BD1043

            Bradford's
          • Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, b 1934) "Sphynx with Little Longer Finger", color etching on paper, pencil signed, edition 11/60, 12" x 10-1/...
            Jun. 14, 2022

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, b 1934) "Sphynx with Little Longer Finger", color etching on paper, pencil signed, edition 11/60, 12" x 10-1/...

            Est: $300 - $600

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, b 1934) "Sphynx with Little Longer Finger", color etching on paper, pencil signed, edition 11/60, 12" x 10-1/4" plate, framed 20-1/4" x 18-3/4", very good condition, not inspected out of frame, chips on frame

            William Bunch Auctions & Appraisals
          • Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) Behind the Garden, from Some Town Without a Na
            May. 12, 2022

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) Behind the Garden, from Some Town Without a Na

            Est: $300 - $500

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) Behind the Garden, from Some Town Without a Name, 1969-70 Lithograph in colors on wove paper 26 x 21 inches (66.0 x 53.3 cm) (sheet) Ed. 29/55 Signed and numbered in pencil along lower edge Published by Collectors Press HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • Masuo Ikeda, Signed Japanese Lithograph
            Apr. 06, 2022

            Masuo Ikeda, Signed Japanese Lithograph

            Est: $400 - $600

            Original Japanese lithograph by Masuo Ikeda, circa 1969 titled "Swimming to the Window" from the portfolio titled "Some Town Without a Name". Litho is hand signed in pencil and numbered 31/55. Overall sheet size approx. 26" x 21". Some waterdamage on the verso.

            Weiss Auctions
          • Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) Behind the Garden, from Some Town Without a Na
            Mar. 10, 2022

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) Behind the Garden, from Some Town Without a Na

            Est: $500 - $700

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) Behind the Garden, from Some Town Without a Name, 1969-70 Lithograph in colors on wove paper 26 x 21 inches (66.0 x 53.3 cm) (sheet) Signed and numbered in pencil along lower edge Published by Collectors Press HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • Masuo Ikeda (Japanese 1934-1997), Untitled, Drypoint, Roulette and Etching, 356 x 343 mm
            Dec. 10, 2021

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese 1934-1997), Untitled, Drypoint, Roulette and Etching, 356 x 343 mm

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese 1934-1997) Untitled Drypoint, roulette and etching, 1965, signed and dated '65 in graphite l.r. and inscribed Epr d'Artiste in graphite l.l.; apparently in good condition. Framed.* Plate size: 356 x 343 mm (14 x 13-1/2 in)

            Weschler's
          • Masuo Ikeda
            Sep. 25, 2021

            Masuo Ikeda

            Est: €200 - €300

            Masuo Ikeda 1934 Shenyang - 1997 Atami - Ohne Titel - Farbradierung/Papier. 26/50. 29 x 24,9 cm, 48,7 x 40 cm. Sign. und dat. r. u.: Masuo Ikeda (19)68. Trockenstempel l. u.: MASUO IKEDA original etching. Das Blatt liegt lose. Minim. Fleckchen. Leichter Knick rechts. - Provenienz: Sammlung Einecke, Hannover.

            Das Kunst- und Auktionshaus Kastern GmbH & Co KG
          • Gli Angeli Mi Disturbano 1-9/ Gli angeli mi disturbano 1-7
            Jul. 22, 2021

            Gli Angeli Mi Disturbano 1-9/ Gli angeli mi disturbano 1-7

            Est: ¥120,000 - ¥170,000

            'Gli Angeli Mi Disturbano 1-9' signed by the artist and Roberto Sanesi in pencil on the justification, each signed in pencil, numbered XXI (the edition was 99, there were also 6 H.C.), the full sheets, contained in an original case 'Gli angeli mi disturbano 1-7' each signed in pencil, each numbered I/XXX (the edition was 99, there were also 6 H.C.), the full sheets, contained in an original case

            Mallet Auction
          • Masuo Ikeda 1934 Shenyang - 1997
            Jul. 03, 2021

            Masuo Ikeda 1934 Shenyang - 1997

            Est: €200 - €400

            Masuo Ikeda 1934 Shenyang - 1997 Atami - Ohne Titel - Farbradierung/Papier. 12/50. 29 x 24,9 cm, 48,7 x 40 cm. Sign. und dat. r. u.: Masuo Ikeda (19)68. Trockenstempel l. u.: MASUO IKEDA original etching. Das Blatt liegt lose. - Provenienz: Sammlung Einecke, Hannover.

            Das Kunst- und Auktionshaus Kastern GmbH & Co KG
          • Masuo Ikeda, Gennaio a Kyoto. 1972
            Apr. 20, 2021

            Masuo Ikeda, Gennaio a Kyoto. 1972

            Est: €160 - €320

            Acquaforte a colori. mm 265x200. Foglio: mm 385x285. Firmata in basso a destra. Bellissima prova d'artista proveniente da Gennaio a Kyoto del 1972 edito da M'Arte Edizioni, Milano. SI AGGIUNGE: 2) Bona Tibertelli de Pisis, Senza titolo. Acquatinta su carta filigranata. mm 300x200. Foglio: mm 495x290. Firmata a matita in basso a destra e "E d'A" in basso a sinistra. (2)

            Gonnelli Casa d'Aste
          • Winter Butterfly/ Stained Glass/ Trio/ Mask/ Hime/ Rome/ Yellow Peach/ Prima Donna/ Tears/ Spring
            Mar. 18, 2021

            Winter Butterfly/ Stained Glass/ Trio/ Mask/ Hime/ Rome/ Yellow Peach/ Prima Donna/ Tears/ Spring

            Est: ¥150,000 - ¥200,000

            each signed and dated in pencil, on Arches, all with full margins, each numbered 45/80

            Mallet Auction
          • IKEDA MASUO (JAPAN, 1934-1997) ETCHING, 1970, H 11.5", W 10.2", PORTRAIT OF SPHINX
            Jan. 28, 2021

            IKEDA MASUO (JAPAN, 1934-1997) ETCHING, 1970, H 11.5", W 10.2", PORTRAIT OF SPHINX

            Est: $500 - $1,000

            #1/6. Etching, roulette and mezzotint on BFK Rives paper. Pencil signed. Property from the sale of unaccessioned items from the Estate of James Van Sweden for the purpose of benefiting the University of Michigan Museum of Art.

            DuMouchelles
          • Girl Friends
            Nov. 19, 2020

            Girl Friends

            Est: ¥150,000 - ¥200,000

            each signed in pencil, from the edition of 25, published by Shichosha, Tokyo, not framed

            Mallet Auction
          • Hurrying Man
            Nov. 19, 2020

            Hurrying Man

            Est: ¥100,000 - ¥150,000

            signed, dated and inscribed 'Hurrying Man' in pencil, inscribed 'Hurrying Man, Masuo Ikeda, Showa 62 (1987) January 19, Fukuoka' on the back of the frame, numbered 12/20, with full margins, framed, The colour at the left side is different from the raisonné

            Mallet Auction
          • Ikeda, Masuo
            Nov. 05, 2020

            Ikeda, Masuo

            Est: €500 -

            Ikeda, Masuo: "Roberto Sanesi - Gli angeli mi disturbano", 1969. Suite with 7 etchings on Japanese paper and book with 7 etchings on wove paper, in a original folder with slipcase. Sheets of the suite all signed and numbered in pencil I/XXX, book edition in the imprint signed and numbered XXI/XXX.

            Nagel Auction
          • Something. 1
            Sep. 10, 2020

            Something. 1

            Est: ¥250,000 - ¥350,000

            drypoint, roulette and burin, 1966, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 12/30, the sheet probably reduced at the upper and lower edge, minor light and time staining, foxing on both sides, tape remaining along two edges, with backboard staining, tape remaining and staining along two edges on the reverse, otherwise in good condition, framed, This work won the grand prize at the 33rd Venice Biennale in 1966

            Mallet Auction
          • Masuo Ikeda | Signed Books, Catalogs, Calendars, Ephemera
            Jul. 25, 2020

            Masuo Ikeda | Signed Books, Catalogs, Calendars, Ephemera

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            This collection pertaining to Japanese painter, printmaker, illustrator, sculptor, ceramist, novelist and film director Masuo Ikeda (1934-1997), includes 9 books and catalogs with text primarily in Japanese, seven of which are inscribed by the artist, with four inscriptions including Ikeda drawings. The collection includes four calendars, two of which measure 8” x 9” and are signed, and another measuring 4” x 4” printed with 12 small original etchings. It also includes Ikeda-related ephemera, such as exhibition brochures and correspondence. The following publications are included in this lot: Masuo Ikeda Prints, quarto in dust jacket, offsetting from book mark to bronze metallic paper on front pastedowns and front free fly, with cardboard slipcase Masuo Ikeda Isetan department store exhibition catalog, paperback quarto inscribed “For Dear Mr. and Mrs. Helen and Felix Juda Love Masuo Ikeda ‘77” A second thinner paperback quarto catalog with same cover but title in Japanese inscribed “For Dear Helen and Felix Juda” followed by a drawing of a woman “with Love Masuo ’77 Oct 20 in Los Angeles” Masuo Ikeda Ceramic Works, paperback octavo inscribed “For Dear Mr. and Mrs. Helen and Felix Juda with Love Masuo ‘84” Masuo Ikeda, paperback small quarto Parco department store exhibition catalog inscribed with drawing of reclining woman “For Dear Mr. and Mrs. Helen and Felix Judas with love ’77 Oct. 20 in Los Angeles” Mixed Fruit, poetry with tipped in illustrations by Masuo Ikeda, text in English and Japanese, title page is inscribed with drawing of two women “For Dear Felix and Helen Juda with Love Masuo 1977 Feb 3 in East Hampton,” oblong hardback octavo Masuo Ikeda, My Autobiography, small octavo with flexible boards in dust jacket, inscribed “For dear Mr. and Mrs. Helen and Felix Juda Masuo Ikeda in Tokyo”, Oshita Ton, Bijustsu Publishing Co., Tokyo: 1968, 272 pages covering the first 34 years of the artist’s life, 11 photos and 16 color plates, text in Japanese Masuo Ikeda, Imitation and Creation: a Narrow View of Japanese Contemporary Art, paperback small octavo with plastic covering, inscribed with Japanese writing (not translated here) and the words “dear Helen and Felix Juda Masuo Ikeda in Los Angeles 1969.10.17,” published by Chuoko in 1969, 186 pages discussing art and prejudice, imitation and creation, art and reality, the artist and the spirit of criticism and art versus non art, text in Japanese Ikeda Masuo: Woodblock Print Collection, paperback octavo in glassine cover and cardboard slipcase, inscribed with drawing on splattered ink next to Japanese writing (not translated here) and the words “For dear Mr. and Mrs. Felix Juda 1968 March in San Francisco Masuo Ikeda,” published by Bijutsu Co., Tokyo: 1967, approx. 100 pages of color and black & white prints, text in Japanese and English The ephemera includes a 1969 New Year’s card written and signed by Masuo and his partner Li-Lan to Helen and Felix Juda, eight exhibition catalogs, ten brochures, 7 cards, 20 mimeographed pages from the Tamarind Lithography Workshop describing in detail the technique used for various Ikeda lithos they produced for the artist, a checklist on Museum of Modern Art letterhead for the 1965 Ikeda exhibition, a 1970 press release from Collectors Press and two Nantenshi Gallery brochures for exhibitions of the art of Ikeda’s friend Li-Lan.

            Second Story Books
          • Masuo Ikeda | Graphic Works with three signed prints
            Jul. 25, 2020

            Masuo Ikeda | Graphic Works with three signed prints

            Est: $1,500 - $2,000

            Masuo Ikeda Graphic Works, a quarto in blue cloth binding containing three original color prints signed by the artist and dated ’77. Blue cloth quarto with a clear plastic dust jacket in clamshell and slipcase.

            Second Story Books
          • In the Blue Light
            Jun. 18, 2020

            In the Blue Light

            Est: ¥400,000 - ¥500,000

            oil on canvas, signed with initials and dated (lower right), signed, titled and dated (on the stretcher), painted in 1959, framed, sold with a certificate by Yoko Sato from Bancho Gallery

            Mallet Auction
          • Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) Magritte Sky (from Some Town Without a Name portfolio), 1968
            Jun. 10, 2020

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) Magritte Sky (from Some Town Without a Name portfolio), 1968

            Est: $200 - $400

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) Magritte Sky (from Some Town Without a Name portfolio), 1968 lithograph signed, dated, and inscribed in pencil 22 1/2 x 18 inches.

            Hindman
          • Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), View of Love A
            Jan. 16, 2020

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), View of Love A

            Est: $25 - $25,000

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), View of Love A 1966, color lithograph, edition number to lower left 5/20, dated to lower right, floating in frame, not examined outside of the frame DOA 32.5 x 24.5 in. Collection of John Davis, Durham, North Carolina Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

            Leland Little Auctions
          • Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), The Hidden Year
            Jan. 16, 2020

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), The Hidden Year

            Est: $25 - $25,000

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), The Hidden Year 1966, color lithograph, edition number to lower left 5/20, dated to lower right, floating in frame, not examined outside of the frame. DOA 28.5 x 21.25 in. Collection of John Davis, Durham, North Carolina Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

            Leland Little Auctions
          • Masuo Ikeda (1934-1997): I Am Waiting
            Dec. 07, 2019

            Masuo Ikeda (1934-1997): I Am Waiting

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Etching and drypoint in colors on wove paper, 1966, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 49/50.22 x 16 in. (sheet), 26 x 19 3/4 in. (frame). Property From the Estate of Thomas A. Cox

            Stair
          • Masuo Ikeda, print
            Apr. 11, 2018

            Masuo Ikeda, print

            Est: $100 - $150

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), "Some Town without a Name", 1969, lithograph, signed, lower right; numbered "XVII" lower left, 21"h x 26"w, matted

            Millea Bros Ltd
          • MASUO IKEDA (1934–1997) SCREENPRINT
            Apr. 16, 2017

            MASUO IKEDA (1934–1997) SCREENPRINT

            Est: $100 - $150

            Masuo Ikeda.(Japanese, 1934–1997) Title : Sports , My love and a good life. Ceramic.1989 screenprint dated 1989. Frame included. 11.5"H x 10"W Artist Biography : Masuo Ikeda (Ikeda Masuo, February 23, 1934 – March 8, 1997) was a Japanese painter, printmaker,illustrator, sculptor, ceramist, novelist, and film director from Nagano Prefecture. Awards : Ikeda won the Akutagawa Prize for Offering In The Aegean (Eegekai ni sasagu).

            Eden Fine Antiques Galleries LLC
          • Ikeda, Masuo
            Feb. 18, 2017

            Ikeda, Masuo

            Est: €300 - €450

            Sammlung von 4 farbigen Kaltnadelradierungen auf Velin-Rives. Alle Arbeiten signiert, betitelt und nummeriert und datiert: 1962-63. Blattgröße: 57 x 38 cm. Vorhanden: I. Lover comes home. Exemplar: 7/20. Plattengröße: 36,5 x 34 cm. - II. Insects collection. Exemplar: 5/20. Plattengröße: 36,5 x 34 cm. - III. What happened? Exemplar: 8/20. Plattengröße: 36,5 x 34 cm. - IV. Day without date. Exemplar: 6/20. Plattengröße: 36,5 x 34 cm. - 1 Blatt leicht gebräunt, vereinzelt minimal randknickspurig, alle Arbeiten vorne umlaufend mit Papierstreifen einer alten Montierung.

            Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
          • Ikeda, Masuo
            Feb. 18, 2017

            Ikeda, Masuo

            Est: €200 - €300

            Sammlung von 3 farbigen Kaltnadelradierungen auf Velin-Rives. Alle Arbeiten signiert, betitelt, bezeichnet und datiert: 1964-65. Blattgröße: 64,5 x 45,5 cm (2) bzw. 57 x 38 cm. Vorhanden: I. Pretty Soprano. Bezeichnet: "E.P.A.". Plattengröße: 36,5 x 34 cm. - II. Blue costume. Bezeichnet: "Epr d'Artiste". Plattengröße: 40 x 36,5 cm. - III. What do like best? Bezeichnet: "E.P.A.". Plattengröße: 40 x 36,5 cm. - 2 Blatt mit montiertem Titelschildchen, 1 Blatt mit leichter Bräunung, 2 Blatt leicht randknickspurig, alle Arbeiten vorne umlaufend mit Papierstreifen einer alten Montierung.

            Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
          • Ikeda, Masuo. Sammlung von 4 Kaltnadelradierungen auf Velin-Rives. Alle Arb
            Nov. 05, 2016

            Ikeda, Masuo. Sammlung von 4 Kaltnadelradierungen auf Velin-Rives. Alle Arb

            Est: €300 - €450

            Ikeda, Masuo. Sammlung von 4 Kaltnadelradierungen auf Velin-Rives. Alle Arbeiten signiert, betitelt und nummeriert bzw. bezeichnet, 3 Arbeiten datiert: 1963. Blattgröße: 57 x 38 cm. Vorhanden: I. Little Mosses. Exemplar 7/20. Plattengröße: 36,5 x 34 cm. - II. Grand moss, and other moss. Exemplar 7/20. Plattengröße: 36,5 x 34 cm. - III. Eve at the window. Exemplar 7/20. Plattengröße: 40 x 34,5 cm. - IV. My own, your own (2). Bezeichnet: "Epr. d'Artiste". Plattengröße: 36,5 x 34 cm. - Die IV. Arbeit mit vertikaler Knickspur, 1 Blatt schwach lichtrandig, teils minimal randknickspurig, alle Arbeiten vorne umlaufend mit Papierstreifen einer alten Montierung.

            Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
          • Masuo Ikeda, Print
            Jul. 16, 2016

            Masuo Ikeda, Print

            Est: $500 - $700

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), The Model, 1969, color aquatint, pencil signed and dated lower right, artist proof, 21"h x 16"w

            Clars Auctions
          • Masuo IKEDA (1934-1997)
            Dec. 15, 2015

            Masuo IKEDA (1934-1997)

            Est: €1,000 - €1,500

            Masuo IKEDA (1934-1997) Miss Target, 1975 Aquarelle. Signée et datée en bas à droite. Waterverf op papier. Rechts onderaan getekend. 35 x 29.5 cm

            Cornette de Saint-Cyr-Bruxelles
          • Masuo Ikeda (1934-1997) - Gennaio A Kyoto
            Dec. 02, 2015

            Masuo Ikeda (1934-1997) - Gennaio A Kyoto

            Est: £400 - £600

            the book, 1972, comprising two aquatints printed in colours, on wove paper, with title-page and text, published by M'Arte Edizioni, Milan, loose as issued within original boards and the original blue slipcase, overall size 395 x 300mm (15 1/2 x 11 7/8 in)

            Dreweatts 1759
          • Masuo Ikeda, (2) prints
            Nov. 06, 2015

            Masuo Ikeda, (2) prints

            Est: $600 - $800

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), Untitled intaglio prints, one monochrome dated " M. Ikeda '62", lower right, one in color signed and dated "M. Ikeda '65", lower right, larger: 17" x 15", both unframed

            Millea Bros Ltd
          • MASUO IKEDA (Japanese, 1934-1997)
            Sep. 26, 2015

            MASUO IKEDA (Japanese, 1934-1997)

            Est: $400 - $600

            MASUO IKEDA (Japanese, 1934-1997), ''Woman who came from Vogue'', drypoint, roulette, and etching, pencil signed and dated '66 at bottom right. Plate 16''h, 17-1/2''w. Float mounted.

            South Bay Auctions Inc
          • MASUO IKEDA JAPANESE INTAGLIO ON PAPER SIGNED
            Jun. 18, 2015

            MASUO IKEDA JAPANESE INTAGLIO ON PAPER SIGNED

            Est: $200 - $400

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997) "Woman I (Dark)" Intaglio on paper signed and dated 1961.

            Kamelot Auctions
          • Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997)
            Mar. 24, 2013

            Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997)

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Some Town without a Name Portfolio, 1969-70 The complete portfolio, comprising of 10 color lithographs on Arches paper, each signed in pencil and annotated 'CPAP' (aside from the edition of 55), including title page and colophon, with the blindstamps of the publisher/printers, Collectors Press, San Francisco, the full sheets, loose as issued, in very good condition, contained in original red cloth-covered portfolio box. album 26 7/8 x 22 7/8 x 3/4in

            Bonhams
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