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Ei-Q (1911-1960)
Ei-Q (1911-1960)

Untitled, 1950s

Ei-Q (1911-1960) Untitled, 1950s gelatin silver print signed and dated by Miyako Sugita, artist's widow, on a certificate of authenticity affixed (on the verso) image/sheet: 8 1/8 x 10in. (20.6 x 25.5cm.)
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Please note the correct orientation for this piece is horizontal, as represented online

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Ei-Q (or 'Ei-Kyu') was a renowned Japanese artist by the name of Hideo Sugita who worked in a variety of media, including photography and engraving. Influenced by Surrealism, his early work from the mid-1930s resulted in what he called 'photo-dessins', a fusion of photograms and paintings. A number of these early works were first published in 1936, bringing the artist to the forefront of the Japanese avant-garde.

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