(1934 - 1997)
Ikeda Masuo was active/lived in New York / Japan, China. Ikeda Masuo is known for printmaking and painting-lithography, etching.
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto has received a gift of
approximately 800 prints by the late IKEDA Masuo (1934-1997), who
continues to be highly regarded as the representative of contemporary
Japanese printmakers both within and without the country. Donated by
Ikeda's partner—Ms. SATO Yoko, violinist—and their private office, the
M&Y Office, these prints have been acquired and recorded as "The
M&Y Collection." These specially selected works that Ikeda kept
for himself cover his printmaking career from 1956 to 1997, including
works that won prestigious awards at major print exhibitions around the
world, as well as those that are not included in the existing catalogue
raisonné and a valuable series of rar ... Displaying 750 of 4365 characters.