Yoshiko Yamamoto Block Print – Log House in Autumn
“100th Anniversary” signed and numbered block print by Yoshiko Yamamoto, commissioned by the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Craftsman Farms. This 12 x 17.5″ print has a strictly limited edition of 500.
This beautiful depiction of the Log House, the Stickley family home, described by Gustav Stickley as the “permanent center” of Craftsman Farms, was rendered by Yoshiko Yamamoto in the traditional Japanese woodblock style. Yamamoto founded The Arts & Crafts Press in Berkeley, CA, with her husband.
Run by Dard Hunter III, the grandson of Arts and Crafts designer and artist William Joseph “Dard” Hunter, Dard Hunter Studios in Chillicothe, Ohio uses only the finest materials to create pieces that stand the test of time. This custom frame is quartersawn white oak, with mortise and tenon joinery. The Signature Finish is a four-step process, the final of which is a hand-rubbed wax, just like was found on Stickley furniture. This gives the frame the patina of an heirloom that will withstand sunlight and wear and provide beauty and enjoyment for years to come.
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