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The artist died on January 8, 1996 in Tokyo, Japan.
, born and raised in Tokyo, was a Japanese printmaker in the 20th century.
1976- Invited to the United States by the Lutheran Church, taught print technique and exhibited works at Gustavus Adolphus College, St.
“I would most like to see them hanging where people ordinarily gather,” the artist said of his work.
He was invited to have a one-man show at the Hendricks Art Collection, Ltd., Bethesda, Maryland, but declined due to the fact that all of his works were sold at Gustavus Adolphus college and he needed to return to Japan to make more prints Tokyo Museum of Modern Art, Japan Folk Art Museum, Kurashiki Folk Art Museum, Ohara Art Museum, New york Museum of Modern Art, museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Art Institute of Chicago, Cincinnati Museum of Art, Portland Museum of Art, Honolulu Academy of Art, Haifa Museum of Art, Vatican Museum of Modern Religious Art, and the British Museum.
Sadao Watanabe was born in 1913 in Ushigome, Tokyo.
Influenced by Buddhist figure prints, Watanabe placed biblical subjects in a Japanese context.
In The Last Supper (1981) Watanabe depicts the disciples in kimono. Watanabe uses kozo paper (from mulberry tree) and momigami (kneaded paper).
He was brought up in Tokyo and lived there all of his life. His workshop was in his home and all of the work was completed there.