An oversize Koyohei Inukai (b. 1913--d. 1985) limited edition serigraph, pencil signed (lower right), numbered 28/80 (lower left). A bold, geometric abstract composition in primary colors. Studied Chicago Art Institute, Art Students League, NYC. Well listed: Davenport's, Ask Art, Who Was Who in American Art. Exhibited: PAFA, Corcoran Gallery, Osaka World's Fair (1970), American Print Exhibition, Brooklyn Museum (197l) Note: Koyohei Inukai is a widely recognized abstract pattern painter, using bright, primary colors, Miro inspired. Dimensions, framed: 40 1/4 H x 40 1/4" W
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