Vintage Japanese woodblock print by moku hanga style artist Fumio Fujita (1933-present). He graduated the Musashino College of Fine Arts in 1955 and began making woodblock prints in 1963. This piece is easily attributed to Fujita as he is well-known for using trees as a focal point. He combines scenic imagery with abstract geometric figures, using bold color combinations. Signed and dated 1971, marked number 177/200 in the series.
Size: (artwork only) 15.25" height, 11" width (entire frame) 20.72" height, 16" width