“Diary March 5th ’79” is a photographic silk screen print of a child holding a blanket in one hand with her other hand in a sling on a light ground of traditional woodblock technique. This is one of a series of “Diary entry” prints the artist is most famous for in which he depicts photographed scene from daily life. Born in 1940, Tetsuya Noda is considered to be Japan’s most important living print artist. He is a professor emeritus at Tokyo University of the Arts.
Dimensions: Frame: 43″ high x 29 3/8″ wide. Visible Art: 39″ high x 24″ wide.